222 East Main Street
Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Plenty of off-street parking in the rear
Fax (914) 244-3484
Tue, Thu, Sat: 11am -6pm
Mon, Fri: 11am- 8pm
Sun 10am -3pm
Abyss Scuba was awarded the prestigious Editorial Best of Westchester 2011 award for best new shop.
our first sponsored Club
Gas Hog Scuba Club www.gashogscubaclub.com
Are you ready to learn how to scuba dive at Westchester's premier scuba diving facility? With nearly 20 years of teaching experience, we look forward to servicing all your scuba needs. We offer a complete range of scuba diving classes, ranging from Discover Scuba through Dive Master, Instructor, and Technical Diving. Our state-of-the art dive facility offers your a full-range retail store, comfortable learning environment, modernized gas filling system and a full range of rental equipment.
If you or your kids over 10 want to find out what it's like to breathe underwater but aren’t quite ready for a complete Scuba certification course, Discover Scuba Diving is the perfect alternative for you. Call us today to reserve your spot.
If you want to deepen your knowledge of SCUBA diving but don't necessarily want to collect certification cards, our mini clinics are the programs for you. The Abyss Scuba Mini Clinics will cover academic classes and pool sessions at a lesser price than a regular certification class. Plus they take less time. These clinics are for the purist divers, who seek knowledge over a collection of cards. Call us today to reserve your spot!
We are the only facility in Westchester that offers both PADI and NAUI programs. If you are just beginning or are looking to improve your skills. We have the class for you. Check out our classes site to see how we can customize your class experience.
We offer training in group and private settings.
Dutch Springs dives
Congratulations to Michelle, Pete, little Pete, Evan and John who got certified Open Water on our last outing and to Mark who did Advanced dives. Way to go guys!!!!
Join us in August when we do it again.
Drink up! - your H2O that is
Do you remember that dive, when you were enjoying a smooth descent looking forward to 40+ minutes of awe-inspiring weightlessness and wondrous discoveries when, all of a sudden, your mouth felt like the Sahara desert and you wished you had not refused that drink of water on the boat.