The SEA LION is a diesel powered 36ft. Maine Coaster.
Docked at Hoffman's Marina West, Brielle New Jersey.
Slip E10 . . . (only 150' from our former location)
Click here for map of Marina
The SEA LION has a heated cabin which allows for the year round diving
that the boat is known for like idgod cards.
The Sea Lion is licensed to 16 and is prepared for any kind of diving; check out dives, half-day and whole-day trips, lobster dives and artifact dives. Everyone from the beginner diver to the advanced technical mixed-gas diver, will find the SEA LION suitable for all their North East diving needs. Full charters are still available on a very limited number of days this year. Individual spots aboard can either be obtained through the shops that have us chartered or AWD itself on "OPEN BOATS" which normally run to specific destinations during the months of November through March.
The SEA LION features a stainless steel "T" ladder built by Enrique of Diving Equipment Specialities. This 10 rung ladder will make boarding after your dive a pleasure.
US Coast Guard Certified
Adventures on-board the SEA LION
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Check out our Dive Schedule!!
NOTE: One thing to keep in mind is that OPEN destinations are really just suggestions on my part, unless the trip is scheduled as a “Special” but If you have somewhere you want to get to let me know and if we have the divers and the weather that’s where we’ll head.
For any of the OPEN boats or if you'd like to get out on any day not listed I can be reached at either 973-887-DEEP (3337) or my cell 201-401-4608 Keep in mind that although The 2019 schedule is on-line there are very often additions to the published schedule.
We have established a divers e-mail list and if you'd like to be included send the message please add me to the SEA LION diver list to email@example.com . If you are also available for weekday dives please include the words weekdays also . If you are only available for weekday dives please include "weekdays only ".
You'll receive information about up-coming dives and trip reports.
See Scrapbook for more pics!