Diving Deals in Baltimore
You can don your sharpest outfit and comb every last hair into place, but we've got a sinking feeling that your next date could be a shipwreck if you meet up at a dive bar. Instead, float yourself a more sophisticated option with Silo.5% Wine Bar in Locust Point. Pay $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink, and choose from a menu of 30 wines by the glass, 200 wines by the bottle, beer, and cocktails, plus pizza, small plates, and entrees like ahi tuna and New York strip steak. The Baltimore Sun calls this sleek lounge "the perfect venue for a cool, casual cocktail date," and its well-situated view of the harbor really turns up the style. So save the dive for another day and take the plunge into this treasure of a deal.
Whether you're biking along the C&O Canal or hiking in Great Falls, you're such a landlubber when it comes to weekend adventures. Shake things up and experience a deeper side of life by diving into today's Save from Blu Water Scuba. Here's the deal: $25 for a two-hour scuba class plus an underwater digital photo Learning curve: This family-friendly Discover Scuba Diving class teaches the basics of scuba diving in the safety of shallow water. You'll see what scuba equipment feels like, find out what it's like to breathe underwater, and learn skills and rules that will carry over to your full scuba certification if you choose to take the next step. Gear up: All the scuba equipment you need — including a mask, fins, snorkel, scuba tank and regulator — will be provided. Just bring a bathing suit and towel. How can you Save? Learn how it works.
Before jumping in the water, a prepared scuba diver will always check the air tanks and load a special underwater water gun that blasts water through water. Get enemies extra wet with this Groupon. $19 for a Four-Hour Discover Scuba Class ($40 Value) The Discover Scuba class starts with two hours of classroom familiarization, during which a dive instructor reviews equipment training and basic safety concepts. Afterward, the group heads over to the Arundel Olympic Swim Center where students learn how to assemble their equipment and put it on properly. Once suited up, students begin diving in shallow water and ...