Bonne Terre, MO • March 27 - 29, 2015

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Bonne Terre, MO • March 27 - 29, 2015
Bonne Terre, MO  March 27 - 29, 2015
National Geographic Adventure named the diving at Bonne Terre Mine in
Missouri — explored and filmed by Jacques Cousteau — one of the top 10
adventures in America.
Departs Friday, March 27, 2015
Returns Sunday, March 29, 2015*
Duration 3 days/2 nights*
Cost $470
(double occupancy)
*Sunday night available for $30
Deposit deposit requirements are
 $250 deposit
 Balance due February 6, 2015
 Refund not available after final payment unless we can fill your spot.
Included Price includes
 Two night accommodations at the
Bonne Terre Depot Bed & Breakfast
 5 dives
 Tanks and air fills
You Provide Not included in price
 Transportation
 Meals & Drinks
 Personal Scuba Equipment
 Weights
 Nitrox (EAN32 available $10/dive)
 Gratuities
 Dive/Trip insurance
Come "Dive to the Center of the Earth" with Peter Schaefer (NAUI Dive
Master #56425) and Diver’s World. Bonne Terre Mine, a national historic
site, is the world's largest fresh water dive resort. Water conditions remain constant with over 100
foot visibility and 58ºF
year-round. Sights
include: mammoth
architecture, calcium
falls, oar carts, scaffolding, grating, staircases, pillars, slurry
pipes, the famed elevator shaft, and much
more. Bonne Terre
Mine is without a doubt
one of the most unusual,
beautiful, and relaxing
full service dive resorts
anywhere and especially
good for macro photography.
The Billion Gallon Lake is illuminated with over 500,000 watts of
lighting, a total of twenty-four dive
trails have been laid out in the lake, taking the diver through mammoth archways,
past beautiful calcium falls, around gargantuan pillars and to the many abandoned mining artifacts. Depths of the dive tours average between 40 to 60
feet. Divers are toured through the mine in groups of ten by
two specially trained dive guides. The 200 foot solid-rock pillar rising
from depths and mining artifacts on the walls and floor make for spectacular
underwater photography.
1533 west 8th st. • erie, pa 16505
[email protected] • ph 814.459.3195
www.ScubaErie.com