Join Pura Vida Divers and make a difference for World Oceans Day! We are hosting TWO cleanup locations on Saturday, June 10th.

Debris will be weighed, and whichever team removes the most trash will win a gift certificate to Pura Vida Divers. You could win a 2-Tank Dive aboard Sirena, or a 2-hour Paddleboard Rental. Learn more and sign up below:


AM BEACH CLEANUP:

Phil Foster Park is home to one of our favorite dive sites, and we want to keep it in tip-top condition so we can continue help the marine life that lives here thrive. Help us from 9 AM – 12 PM on June 10th as you walk through the park of wade along the shoreline.

IMG_5151Kids and adults are welcome to join us. School-age children can receive volunteer hours for their participation.

All cleanup materials including garbage bags and mesh bags, gloves and pickup tools will be provided. Please remember that you will be working in the sun, so a hat, sunscreen and refillable water bottle are recommended.

To register, call our shop at 561-840-8750 or email Marketing@puravidadivers.com.

Pura Vida Divers proudly sponsors Phil Foster Park through the Palm Beach County Adopt-A-Park program. Since 2002, we have served as stewards for this important local resource. Our amazing volunteers have removed thousands of pounds of trash from this site over the years.

PM REEF CLEANUP:

Head out aboard Sirena for a 2-tank dive on Saturday afternoon! Help keep our reefs healthy and clean as you drift along each site and collect marine debris.

13122917_10154028096841760_6253745002490405189_oMesh bags and plastic gloves will be provided, and divers are encouraged to bring any additional tools they want to utilize. Scissors and dive gloves work great when removing fishing line.

Pura Vida Divers has any rental gear you may need, including air or nitrox tanks and weights.

To register for the cleanup and secure your spot on the afternoon boat, visit our SCUBA CHARTERS webpage or call the shop at 561-840-8750.

Since Pura Vida Divers was founded in 2002, we have encouraged our divers and crew to keep our reefs safe through regular cleanup efforts, safe diving practices, and participation in many conservation efforts. You can learn more about our commitments and partnerships here.


These cleanups will have a particular impact, as we are participating alongside a global movement with 4-Ocean, to help create the largest chain of underwater ocean cleanups yet! You can learn more about this beneficial movement here: www.4ocean.com.

Join us again on Saturday, September 16th during the International Coastal Cleanup and keep on giving back to the planet! Details coming soon…