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Seminar Schedule

Here is this year’s seminar lineup!

The 2024 lineup may be the best overall seminar program that the show has presented. History, adventure, marine life, diving physiology, underwater photography, local dive spots, foreign travel, marine conservation and more. The speakers know their topics and love to share them with you. Seminars are very popular with show-goers.

The seminar rooms at our new venue are a convenient escalator ride above the show floor.

2024 seminars, presentations and workshops will run throughout the show. Day and weekend packages may be purchased in advance online. For 2024, we have reduced the cost to attend unlimited seminars to be just $15.00 more than the cost of coming to the exhibit hall only. Day passes for seminars only are $15 and may be purchased on our website at any time.

Professional workshops take place Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1. Preregistration is required. Check the event details for more information. The professional workshop schedule is listed below the Scuba Show seminars on this page.

Many seminars are free to the public and do not require a seminar pass. These include dive companies promoting their products and services and agency member updates.

The schedule is interactive! Click the title of a seminar to see the description, time and room assignment.  You can also add sessions to your calendar or share them on social networks.

SCUBA SHOW (PAID) SEMINARS

See below for the sessions that will be presented each day of the show.

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FREE EXHIBITOR SEMINARS

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PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS

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The contents of these seminars are opinions of individual speakers. The producers of Scuba Show or its contractors assume no responsibility for any mishap claimed to be a result of use of this material. Diving is an adventure sport and with it comes inherent risks. Diving conditions, improper use of diving equipment or improper diving techniques may result in serious injury or death. Attendees are admonished to use their own best judgment in each individual situation.

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