I would guess after the rather long, cold and snowy winter we all suffered through, many of us have started thinking about the upcoming dive season. The John Jack crew is no different than its customers. "Let's go diving", is the rallying phrase. As the Big Red Boat patiently hibernates waiting to wake up the Big Cat Motors that sends it sailing over the waters, plans are made and the dive calendar is filling up fast. For a list of our already scheduled trips go to our web site, www.john-jack.com and check out the schedule. While waiting for the last of the snow to disappear why don't you join us for some exciting presentations we will be attending this week.Starting with Wednesday evening, join us at Elite Divers,(81 Rte 10 E, Randolph, New Jersey(973) 586-2214) where long time friend and fellow diver Bob Wilson will be giving a presentation on tec diving and diving the Andrea Doria. Bob, a PADI Course Director will answer questions and fill your head with his version of what it takes to dive with some of the very best at some of the best dive locations on the East Coast.Give Dennis and crew a call and let them know your coming, I'll be there.Another evening out will be spent with Prestine Azul Dive Club as they host a presentation on diving the 1000 Islands. Your guest speaker this for this special presentation will be Mike Rothchild. Mike is another long time friend who frequently dives with us. As the president of the NY Seagypsy's, Mike will display a series of photos that will make you want to run home and packing your gear looking to head north. Mikes pictures are truly something to enjoy and his presentation skills keep you entertained while he speaks. The presentation is scheduled for Thursday evening, 7 pm at the Bahama Breeze Restaurant in Wayne NJ. Check them out at, Prestine Azul Dive Club. Ask for Dennis.Hope to see you at one of the presentations. Capt. Rich
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The John Jack offers a variety of activities for folks who enjoy being on the water – or under it: fishing trips, cruises, and of course, scuba diving. The John Jack provides a safe, full-service dive platform for divers of all ages and abilities.
We visit dozens of shipwrecks lying off the NJ, NY, and DE coastlines (e.g., Stolt, Algol, Pinta) suitable for recreational divers with advanced open water certification as well as deep shipwrecks (Andrea Doria, U-869) that require advanced technical certification. Some divers sightsee; others grab “bugs,” spear fish, or gather scallops or artifacts. For a complete list of the dive trips organized by local dive shops and clubs, consult the schedule on our website.
More details about these trips can be obtained by calling Captain Rich (201-321-6924) or by visiting the websites of the dive shops and clubs that have reserved the boat.
Patronizing these dive shops, joining a dive club, and diving just once a month enriches and preserves the vitality of northeast wreck diving. We hope you will include the John Jack in your dive plans for 2013.
Have fun and dive safe!