We faithfully serve the greater Atlanta area for all of its diving and snorkeling needs. Our instructors have been teaching for a combination of over 100 years and are willing to dive anywhere that has water- from the dark, waters of Cooper River offering ancient fossils to the pristine water of the Red Sea offering expansive tropical sea life and large aquatic
At 20,000 Leagues Scuba and Aquatics we truly believe that everyone who walks through our doors is a Dive Buddy For Life and will work to make sure that you feel like a part of the family no matter what lever diver you are. Offering a unique combination of technical expertise, business expertise, fun and WATER, 20,000 Leagues Scuba and Aquatics offers unique experiences divers can’t find elsewhere. Our motto “Dive Buddies for Life” comes from our passion to share what we love with all of our Dive Buddies. Our icon – Splash – is also our inspiration to constantly grow as divers – even our Instructors take at least 1 new diving course annually.
We offer premium brands such as Scubapro, Shearwater, SEAC and Dive Rite plus Akona, Henderson, Sealife, Genesis and Blue Steel and Catalina cylinders. We stand behind all of our brands by servicing everything that we offer for sale – and service all brands of SCUBA equipment.
Look for our brand new location in Alpharetta, opening in early 2021 on Flynn Crossing Drive next to the Flynn Crossing Shopping Center with the expanded 20,000 Leagues Scuba and Aquatics retail store and the brand new Splash Aquatic Center!
Recreational and Technical Instructor.
Erik has been diving for 7 years and has been a DM and Instructor for 5 years. He is an avid sidemount, rebreather, backmount doubles, wreck, technical, and cave diver and has practiced these diving skills for several years. One of Erik’s favorite dives is the Oriskany – or “Big O.” Erik has certifications from PADI, SDI, TDI, NSS/CDS and IANTD and teaches PADI, SDI and TDI. Erik’s favorite rebreather is the Meg 15 and has accumulated over 300 dives on this system. His deepest dive is 230 feet on his rebreather. If you have interest in these areas, come meet Erik to talk about technical diving!