Dive Gear
Visit our shop to find everything you need to safely dive. From hoods to booties and dive computers to dive tanks. We stock many lines of professional gear.
We are a certified PADI Dive Centre offering all levels of courses. Whether you are just starting out with the Basic Dive Certification or wanting to specialize, we will provide the best training available.
Gear Service
Being a safe diver is very important to continued enjoyment of SCUBA diving. Having your gear professionally serviced by qualified technicians is essential to ensure your safety.
Air Refills
We will fill your tanks or do a complete service with hydro and visual testing. Air and nitrox available.
Dive Charters
Check our Facebook page for up to date info on dates and times for dive charters onboard our deluxe vessel Gizmo. Lots of room for up to eight divers with two ladders so no waiting when your dive is done.
Rental Gear
See us for all your rental gear needs. From tanks to suits, wet or dry with most sizes available. We have dive computers. Ask about purchase discounts for rental gear.
Dive Campbell River
The cold waters of Discovery Passage provide a unique environment for scuba diving from Campbell River.
With winter underwater visibility reaching up to and sometimes exceeding 100 feet (30 meters), divers are treated to extrodinary dive site opportunites.

Check with us about weekly dives!
Dive Whiskey Point
Directly across from downtown Campbell River along the Quadra Island shoreline is one of teh areas most popular dive sites. Famous for its wolfeel dens, Whiskey Point at The Rock is a current dive that is best done from a boat so divers can go with the flow of the tide.
Dive Steep Island
One of the classic dive sites with a wall covered giant Northern Tubeworms clustered among the sponge and anenomes. At the bottom of the wall are large rocks that create small caverns for fish to swim and hide in. Only accessible by boat, this is a definite advanced diver site.
Dive the Columbia
The H.M.C.S. Columbia was decomissioned and sunk as an articial reef behind Maud Island next to Seymour Narrows in June 1996.
There are some very large Cabezon and Ling Cod that have made this reef home and can be found lurking in some of the holds and passageways. Only a dive for advanced divers .
Beaver Aquatics (2018) 760 Island Highway, Campbell River, BC V9W 2C3
Store Hours 9:30am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday
10:00am – 5:00pm Saturday
Closed Sundays and Holidays unless otherwise posted
Phone (250) 287-7652 E-mail: info@beaveraquatics.ca