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Seminar: Sidemount Diving - April 18, 2018


So what’s the deal with divers wearing tanks at their sides instead of on their back? The sidemount configuration offers increased flexibility, streamlining and gas supply, plus is a great option for people who don’t want to walk with heavy cylinders on their back. And it’s a must if you plan to try technical diving! Join us to learn why more and more divers are choosing to dive sidemount.

When: Wednesday, April 18; 7:00 PM

Where: Blue Planet shop

RSVP via Facebook or email



Categories: Events, Gear Reviews, News

2018 DC Environmental Film Festival

Environmental Film Festival logoIt’s that time of year again! We’re excited to see the lineup for the 26th DC Environmental Film Festival running March 15-25, 2018. Many of the films at this year’s festival focus on the underwater world.

Join us!

We’ll be attending the film below as a group for our March Happy Hour. You can buy tickets online here. Let us know if you plan to go by RSVP’ing on Facebook or via email.

Blue The Film

Tuesday, March 20

Blue – 7:00 PM

Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (Metro: Archives/Navy Memorial)

Co-presented with the Blue Ocean Film Festival, Blue takes us on a provocative journey into the ocean realm, witnessing a critical moment in time when the marine world is on a precipice. We meet passionate advocates for ocean preservation who are defending habitats, campaigning for smarter fishing, combating marine pollution and fighting for the protection of keystone species. Blue shows us there is a way forward and the time to act is now.

If you can’t join us, here are a few other films we’re excited about this year:

Friday, March 16

Ama-San – 6:30 PM

Japan Information and Culture Center, Embassy of Japan
1150 18th Street, NW (Metro: Farragut North, Farragut West)

The “sea women” of Japan’s Shima Peninsula maintain an ancient tradition of diving for pearls, urchins and abalone, without the benefit of modern gear or protection.

Friday, March 16

Anote’s Ark – 7:00 PM

National Geographic Society
1145 17th Street, NW (Metro: Farragut North)

The low-lying Pacific nation of Kiribati faces a daunting challenge: imminent annihilation from sea-level rise. As Anote Tong, Kiribati’s President, races to find a way to protect his nation’s people and maintain their dignity, many i¬Kiribati are already seeking safe harbor overseas.

Friday, March 16

Chasing the Thunder – 7:00 PM

Carnegie Institution for Science
1530 P St NW (Metro: Dupont Circle)

A high seas adventure feature documentary where two marine conservation captains from Sea Shepherd go on a hundred day chase of the illegal poacher and pirate fishing vessel, the Thunder.

Monday, March 19

Atlantic Salmon: Lost at Sea – 7:00 PM

Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (Metro: Archives/Navy Memorial)

Narrated by Gabriel Byrne, Lost at Sea takes the viewer on an epic journey through the oceanic kingdom of the Atlantic Salmon – king of fish – in an attempt to unravel the mystery of their life at sea.

Monday, March 19

Cacú: Un Cambio Por La Vida – 7:00 PM

E Street Cinema
555 11th Street NW (Metro: Metro Center, Gallery Place-Chinatown)

Five fishermen from Manresa, a poor neighborhood to the West of Santo Domingo, transitioned from sea turtle nest predators to conservationists of the species. Their 4-year transformative process was implemented by marine biologist Omar Shamir Reynoso, who developed a one-of-a-kind plan in the Dominican Republic that involves fishermen and communities alike in conservation efforts.

Tuesday, March 20

Dispatches from the Gulf 2 – 7:00 PM

Carnegie Institution for Science
1530 P St NW (Metro: Dupont Center)

Experience remarkable stories from the unprecedented scientific mission to comprehensively study the environmental impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and find new ways to ease the devastation. Includes the never-before-documented drama of bottlenose dolphins struggling to survive, and the capture of one of the world’s largest predatory sharks.

Wednesday, March 21

The Odyssey (L’Odyssee) – 7:00 PM

Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (Metro: Archives/Navy Memorial)

Thirty years in the life of Capt. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the researcher, scientist, inventor, and filmmaker whose contributions made the general public more curious about the sea.

Thursday, March 22

High Tide in Dorchester – 7:00 PM

National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Ave NW (Metro: Metro Center)

Dorchester County, MD is already experiencing the future that increasingly faces coastal areas worldwide — climate change and the related impacts of sea level rise and erosion. This low-lying county on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay is the fourth largest of Maryland’s 23 counties by land area, but it is destined to drop to the 14th largest by 2100 — or sooner — as waters rise and erosion worsens. Dorchester is the coal miner’s canary; ground zero for the Chesapeake Region.

Thursday, March 22

Chasing Coral – 7:00 PM

Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (Metro: Archives/Navy Memorial)

In case you STILL haven’t seen it! Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers, photographers and scientists set out on a thrilling ocean adventure to discover why and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.

Friday, March 23

Sylvia Earle’s Ocean Film Challenge – 7:00 PM

Naval Heritage Center
701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (Metro: Archives/Navy Memorial)

A showcase of ocean shorts from filmmakers around the world.



Categories: Conservation, Events, News

Ice Skating at the Sculpture Garden - February 12, 2018

Brrrr…What better way to enjoy this cold weather than to go ice skating on the National Mall! Come meet other local divers and test your skills on the ice.

When: Monday, February 12, 2018 starting at 6:30 PM. We’ll try to get tickets for 7:00 PM. Come early and enjoy drinks in the cafe!

Where: The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink is located on the National Mall at 7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW. During the evening, when the Gallery and Sculpture Garden are closed to the public, access to the ice rink and Pavilion Café is restricted to the entrances at Constitution Avenue and Madison Drive near 9th Street.

The nearest Metrorail stops are Judiciary Square on the Red Line, Archives–Penn Quarter–Navy Memorial on the Yellow/Green Lines, and Smithsonian on the Blue/Orange Lines. Metrobus stops are located on 4th Street and 7th Street NW.

RSVP: Facebook or email

More information: National Gallery of Art website

The National Gallery of Art Ice Rink will be closed when it rains or when the temperature dips below 20°F. Check with the shop for the latest updates.

Admission (two 45-minute sessions, beginning on the hour)

$9.00 adults
$8.00 for kids 12 and under, students with valid ID and skaters 50 and over

Skate and Locker Rentals
Skate rental: $3.50 (ID required)
Locker rental: $0.50 ($5.00 deposit required)

Layered, warm clothing that does not restrict movement, gloves, and helmets (for beginners) are recommended.

Pavilion Café
With a panoramic view of the Sculpture Garden, the Pavilion Café’s menu includes pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and desserts. Wine and beer are also available. Open Monday-Thursday until 7:00 PM.



Categories: Events, News

Happy Hour: 2018 Dive Travel - January 23, 2018

(Photo from Matava, Fiji — where we’re heading this February!)

Curious about one of our upcoming dive trips? Want to be the first to know what we’re planning for 2018 and beyond? Come to our next happy hour! Meet other local divers and learn more about some of the exciting destinations on our travel calendar.

When: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 starting at 6:30 PM

Where: Rosemary’s Thyme Bistro (1801 18th Street NW)

RSVP on Facebook or via email.




Categories: Events, News

Blue Planet Scuba Holiday Party

Blue Planet Holiday PartyCome celebrate the holidays with all of your dive buddies at Blue Planet! We’re heading back to Meridian Pint in Columbia Heights.

Join your dive buddies as we recount adventures from 2017 and look ahead to a new year. Plus we’ll be announcing our dive travel plans for 2018 and beyond!

When: Monday, December 18, 2017 starting at 6:00 PM

Where: Meridian Pint, 3400 11th Street NW, Washington, DC 20010

RSVP on Facebook or via email.



Categories: Events, News

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

We’ve got the perfect gifts for the diver and snorkeler on your list! Our staff have weighed in with their top picks to fit every budget.

Blue Planet gift certificateGift Certificates

Not sure what they might like? We offer gift certificates in any amount good toward classes, gear, servicing or even trips.

Special Deals
Stocking Stuffers
For the Dive Traveler
For the New Diver
For the Underwater Photographer

Special Deals

Free compass with select dive computer purchaseFree SK-8 compass with a dive computer purchase

Now through December 31, 2017, receive a free Suunto SK-8 compass with the purchase of a Zoop Novo wrist, D4i Novo wrist or a Zoop Novo Combo. That’s a value of $105! Compasses come in strap or bungee mount or you can attach them to a Suunto console.



Free bag with a BCD purchase

Wrap up adventure! Purchase any Aqua Lung BCD featuring their proprietary Wrapture Harness System and wrap it up with a FREE qualifying Explorer Collection Mesh Bag. BCDs include the Axiom, Soul, Dimension or Lotus, with or without the i3 inflation system.



Free wide angle lens with a SeaLife DC2000 camera

Thinking about getting an underwater camera? This deal is too good to pass up! When you buy the new SeaLife DC2000 camera, you can get a wide angle lens (value of $199) for free. Featuring a 20MP image sensor and RAW formatting capabilities, the DC2000 will let your underwater inspirations guide you to stunning results. And the lens will help you get everything in your shot!


On Sale

  • 30% off in-stock Sharkskin Chillproof hooded vests, longsleeve shirts, socks and beanies
  • 30% off in-stock Aqua Lung AquaFlex 3mm wetsuits
  • $20 off Blue Planet Save-A-Dive kits in Pelican cases
  • 30% off Aqua Lung premium snorkeling set
  • 20% off SP Gadget POV cases for GoPro cameras
  • $150 off Rescue Diver + DAN DEMP course combo

Stocking Stuffers

Lionfish earringsLionfish jewelry ($30)

Help stop the lionfish invasion and support local artisans while sharing a unique gift — lionfish earrings and necklaces! Women in communities throughout several Caribbean countries create these beautiful pieces using lionfish spines, tails and fins.


Manta Ray ornamentFair-trade holiday ornaments (starting at $14)

Check out these beautiful hand-crafted ornaments made by craftsmen in a small village in Thailand. We’ve picked out all of our favorite ocean critters, including manta rays, seahorses, octopus, jellyfish, otters and more.


4ocean bracelet4Ocean bracelets ($20)

1.4 billion pounds of trash enters the ocean every year. 4Ocean is on a mission to stop it, and you can help! When you buy a bracelet made from 100% recycled materials, it represents one pound of trash that you removed from the ocean.


Reef Creature Identification ebookMarine Life books and ebooks (starting at $30)

We have yet to meet a diver who doesn’t love looking through these invaluable guides after a dive. Any of these books are sure to be treasured gifts, but if your diver prefers to travel light, you can now purchase ebook versions of many of the guides! The ebooks can be used on Apple laptops, iPads, iPhones, Android devices, tablets and Windows based computers.


Dry Case backpackDry Case dry backpacks (starting at $89)

Divers love to get underwater — but not so much their electronics. Keep your gear dry on the boat or on any adventure with these amazing drybags and backpacks. With high quality waterproof TPU materials, a two-way purge valve for inflation or compression and up to 20 liters of storage, we love to take them on all of our dive trips!


DAN Surface Signaling KitSurface signaling device (starting at $35)

An essential piece of equipment for any diver, a surface marker buoy (safety sausage) ensures the boat can find you if you get separated from the group. You can start with the basic 4′ model or go all out with the DAN Surface Signaling Kit, complete with a reflective panel, signaling mirror, marine whistle, safety light and multiple ways to inflate.


Bigblue dive light combo packBigblue dive light combo pack (starting at $180)

Ready to experience the thrill of a night dive? Or peek under ledges to see who’s hiding there? This is the perfect primary plus back-up light starter kit for new divers or those just ready to upgrade their light equipment. The primary 1200 lumens light is one of our favorites with an aluminum housing, interchangeable LED head, 4 level push-button on/off switch, battery-level indicator and rechargeable 18650 lithium ion battery. The AL250 is a great bonus!

Prawno rashguardBlue Planet rashguards from Prawno ($55)

Rashguards are an indispensable item for divers, snorkelers or anyone who enjoys time in the water. And we’re excited to announce these new Blue Planet rashguards from Prawno! In both mens and womens cuts and sizing, these long-sleeved shirts have a UPF 50+ rating. That means they’re a great alternative to slathering on sunscreen, which can be harmful to the beautiful corals we travel so far to see. Save the reefs and cover up in these stylish rashies!


For the Dive Traveler

Fish ID Travel Edition“Reef Fish Identification TRAVEL EDITION: Caribbean, Bahamas, South Florida” by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach ($30)

Are airline weight restrictions forcing you to leave your prized Reef Fish Identification book at home? The digital age is upon us, but divers still want a book in their hands when they return from a dive to look up the fishes they encounter. At 3/4 of a pound, this travel edition is the answer!


DAN travel first aid kitDAN Grab & Go Travel First Aid Kit ($20)

There is no easier way to improve readiness for emergencies in remote settings than to bring a first aid kit. The presence of a few important items can make a big difference in an injured person’s ability to continue a trip. The DAN Grab & Go Travel First Aid Kit is stocked with a supply of high quality components to help you deal with injuries while waiting for help to arrive.


Save-A-Dive Kit (on sale for $56)

Broken mask or fin strap? Check. Chewed up mouthpiece? No problem. Need to switch around hoses on your regulator? Easy. Our custom Save-A-Dive Kit has all of the basics for any kind of dive equipment quick fix, and it comes in a handy waterproof pelican case. Keep it in your bag and you can even store your phone, wallet or other small items on the boat!


Stahlsac mesh duffel bagStahlac bag (starting at $40)

No diver should be without a boat bag on a trip! This packable, breathable mesh duffel bag from Stahslac is a staff favorite. It’s perfect for throwing in your suitcase and then stowing all of your gear once you arrive. And it’s great for containing overflow for the plane ride home — perfect for a damp wetsuit or dirty laundry.


Nautilus Lifelife GPSNautilus Lifeline GPS ($199)

Keep your favorite diver safe with the updated Nautilus Lifeline. Broadcast your GPS position and a distress message to all AIS equipped ships up to 34 miles away, as well as a special DSC message to the marine radio on your own vessel. Peace of mind for only $199.


NitroxPADI Enriched Air Diver course ($175)

The PADI Enriched Air Diver course is PADI’s most popular specialty scuba course. Why? Because scuba diving with enriched air nitrox gives you more no decompression time, especially on repetitive scuba dives. Doesn’t every diver want to stay down longer and get back in the water sooner? Elearning option is available!

For the New Diver

BUFF HeadbandBUFF Multifunctional Headwear (starting at $15)

Get that hair under control! The BUFF® UV Multifunctional Headband offers thermal efficiency, built-in sun protection, seamless construction and the moisture-wicking performance of COOLMAX® PRO fiber. Comfortable as a headband and wearable nine different ways, this versatile multifunctional headband is the choice for hot summer runs, rides, hikes and dives!


Eezycut Trilobyte cutting toolEEZYCUT Trilobite Cutting Tool ($25)

A cutting tool is an essential piece of scuba equipment, and none is easier to carry and use than this one. All of our staff wear at least one of these on their BCDs. They are perfect for cutting through fishing line, nets or even webbing or suits. And they’re super safe and easy to use, even with gloves on.


Suunto dive computersDive Computer (starting at $299)

When anyone asks us what a new diver should invest in first, we always suggest a dive computer. This is one of the most important pieces of safety equipment you can own! It monitors your dive time, depth and no decompression limits while recording your dive profile for logging and future dive planning. It’s an essential tool that none of our staff ever dives without.


Neutral buoyancy turtle disapproves of your flailingPADI Peak Performance Buoyancy course ($195)

Achieving good buoyancy control is a fundamental dive skill and also one of the hardest to master. This course is all about determining your ideal weighting and trim and learning the techniques needed to glide effortlessly, use less air and ascend, descend or hover almost as if by thought. If you can’t complete the whole course right away, we offer buoyancy clinics in the pool throughout the year.

For the Underwater Photographer

Intova DUB cameraIntova DUB Camera ($119)

Just getting started? Capture incredible footage of your adventures with full high definition, 1080p video resolution and a 8MP sensor. Whether you’re skimming the surface on a surf board or submerged underwater, the removable, compact and rugged housing floats and is waterproof to 200 feet. The built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery provides up to 2 hours of battery life, allowing you to count on being able to film and shoot the highlights of your day.


GoPro Hero5GoPro HERO5 Black Camera ($399)

Take your underwater video to the next level with the HERO5. Shoot in 4K Ultra HD with an improved low light sensor, shake-free technology and voice commands. This version also takes 12MP photos in Single, Burst, and Time Lapse modes in a RAW format, providing the most flexibility when using advanced photo editing software. Plus new GoPro software makes it easier than ever to edit and share clips of your dives with buddies!


Backscatter Flip5 Pro PackageBackscatter FLIP5 Filter Kits for GoPro (starting at $99)

Dramatically improve your underwater photos and videos with these custom-made filter systems for the GoPro HERO5 and HERO6. The rugged, aircraft-grade aluminum frame allows you to easily switch between any 2 filters on the same dive. And the Pro Package includes the +15 MacroMate lens, a must for getting all those nudibranchs in focus!


Underwater photographersDigital Underwater Photography Post-Production Diver course ($175)

Now that you’ve taken all of those amazing photos, how do you organize, edit and share them? This course is a great introduction to one of the best tools available for photo editing! An instructor will walk you through the beginning steps and features of Adobe Lightroom to enhance your underwater photographs plus import, organize and develop/enhance your photos. Plus this counts as a specialty towards Master Scuba Diver.



Categories: Gear Reviews, Gear Specials, News

Happy Thanksgiving! See you at Small Business Saturday

Thanksgiving Hours

The Blue Planet Scuba shop will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday. We hope you enjoy the time with your family and friends.
Thursday, November 23, 2017 – CLOSED
Friday, November 24, 2017 – CLOSED

Small Business Saturday

We will be open on Saturday for Small Business Saturday. Stop by to take advantage of great sales and specials on gear.
Saturday, November 25, 2017 – OPEN 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Gear sales and specials

  • Buy a Suunto Zoop Novo or D4i Novo dive computer and get a free SK-8 compass
  • Buy an Aqua Lung Axiom, Soul, Dimension or Lotus (i3 optional) BCD and receive a free qualifying Explorer Collection bag
  • 30% off in-stock Aqua Lung AquaFlex 3mm wetsuits
  • 30% off in-stock Sharkskin Chillproof products (including hooded vests, shirts, socks, hoods and beanies)
  • 20% off in-stock BigBlue dive lights
  • Save 20% when you buy a neoprene hood and glove set from Henderson, AquaLung or Deep See
  • Save $100 when you buy a GoPro Hero5 with Flip 5 Pro filter kit, POV Aqua Case and Dive Buoy
  • Save $20 on our special Save a Dive kit with pelican case
  • Save 30% on our premier snorkeling set (Look2 mask, Wind fins, Zephyr snorkel)
  • Buy a SeaLife DC2000 camera and receive a free wide angle lens plus a pool session with an instructor ($250 value)
  • Save $150 when you sign up for our PADI Rescue Diver + DAN Diving Emergency Management Provider (DEMP) combo package
  • Buy an Aqua Lung drysuit and receive the PADI Drysuit Diver certification course for free
  • Buy a Hollis or Apeks sidemount kit (BCD and regulators) and receive the PADI Sidemount Diver certification course for free

*Based on availability. Suunto and Aqua Lung offers valid through December 31, 2017, or while supplies last. Promotions and discounts cannot be applied to previous purchases or combined with any other offer. 



Categories: Events, Gear Specials, News

Seminar: Diving Etiquette - November 29, 2017

Are you new to this whole dive thing? Do you want to be sure you’re not THAT person on the boat, the one who doesn’t understand what’s considered good diver behavior? Don’t miss this talk! You’ll walk away knowing everything you need to be the perfect dive buddy.

When: Wednesday, November 29; 7:00 PM

Where: Blue Planet shop

RSVP via Facebook or email



Categories: Events, News

Saba: Stunning Above and Below -- 1 SPOT LEFT!

March 24-31, 2018

7 nights + 11 boat dives

Join us in one of the Caribbean’s best keep secrets! Saba is the perfect winter escape for divers and non-divers alike. Explore beautiful underwater sites sculpted by the island’s volcanic history, teeming with marine life. Disappear into the cloud forest at the summit of Mt. Scenery or splash around in crystal clear tide pools. The charm of this idyllic island and its friendly people will make this one trip you won’t forget! 


“The Unspoiled Queen” of the Caribbean, Saba is one of the few places in this tropical region that remains trapped in time, with an ideal amount of amenities and untouched natural beauty above and below the surface of the sea. Home to 1400 residents, there are no franchises or cruise ships here. Small eclectic bars and restaurants will infuse your nightlife after you’ve hiked a mountain rainforest trail, dived a world-acclaimed site or just lazed by a pool with a good book. And we can’t forget to mention the stunning views both topside and underwater!

The Diving

Saba’s volcanic origins have blessed her waters with spectacular formations and structural diversity. From shallow patch reefs to deep water seamounts, Saba offers interesting diving at each depth and for every diver’s experience level. And with dive sites all around the island, you never know what you’ll see!

Not far offshore, Saba’s famous pinnacles and seamounts rise dramatically from the depths to within 85 feet of the surface. The mere size and abundance of large sea fans and sponges put the pinnacles at world class status even without the added bonus of reef creatures and fish and whoever may be visiting from the blue.

Nearby shallower sites are home to nurse sharks, turtles, eels of all kinds, spotted eagle rays and even more cryptic critters like seahorses, nudibranchs, frogfish and more. From hook and groove reef formations to walls, coral gardens to sandy muck diving, Saba is home to an astonishing amount of life.

Other Activities

There’s plenty to keep you occupied top side as well. Snorkeling on local reefs, hiking any one of Saba’s 14 trails, birding, rock climbing, exploring galleries or relaxing in the spa.

Juliana’s Hotel

Located on the perimeter of Windwardside, this intimate hotel offers both garden and ocean view rooms as well as four handsome Saban cottages that join the main property. This immaculately maintained property is surrounded by well-manicured tropical gardens and features the on-site Tropics Cafe where breakfast is served daily (in addition to full lunch and dinner menus), plus the Tipsy Goat Bar right next to the hotel’s pool.

What’s Included

The package costs $1430* double occupancy and includes:

  • 7 nights accommodation in a Garden View or Ocean View room
  • 5 days of 2-tank boat dives
  • 1 additional afternoon boat dive
  • breakfast daily
  • roundtrip airport and dive transfers
  • welcome drink and dinner

*Room upgrades to suites and cottages are available. Single diver in a room is $1855. Non-diver sharing a room is $755. If you pay with a check or cash, you can deduct 3% off the package price.

This does NOT include:

  • airfare to Saba
  • rental equipment
  • Nitrox
  • Marine park fees
  • Nature fees
  • Airport departure tax

Saba is also a great place to brush up on your skills! We’ll be offering the following classes:

  • Advanced Open Water
  • Underwater Digital Photography specialty
  • Fish ID specialty
  • Underwater Naturalist specialty
  • Deep Diver specialty


Plan to fly into St. Maarten (SXM). Then we can take a short flight over to Saba or the ferry. Call Heather for details before you book flights!

See below for details on what’s included and to SIGN UP
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Categories: Events, Upcoming Trips

Weekend Getaway to Cozumel

April 21-25, 2018

4 nights + 6 boat dives

Escape the cold and join Blue Planet for a long weekend of diving in Cozumel! One of the most popular dive destinations in the Caribbean, Cozumel offers big reefs, warm water, great viz and a guaranteed good time. We’ll be diving with recent Golden Diver Award recipient Sergio Sandoval! It’ll be our fifth time diving with him and his fantastic crew.

UPDATE: This trip is almost full. Only 1 male share in a Courtyard and a separate Courtyard room for 1-2 people available. Sign up now!



Categories: Events, News, Upcoming Trips

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