Scuba Diving Equipment Rentals
This summer, why not to do something adventurous and memorable? Exclusive Sport Rentals offers you the opportunity to explore the lakes of Ontario in a completely different way! Why spend the summer at home, when you can take your family for a scuba diving journey? Rent drysuits, wetsuits and dive masks for a day, weekend or a full week. Our scuba diving rental equipment includes: wetsuits, O'Nieil dry suits, dive masks, snorkels, fins and boots.
Start your Weekend Early:
- Pick up your gear starting Thursday at 3:00PM and pay for just Saturday and Sunday (weekend rate)
- Drop off your gear either by Sunday night or anytime on Monday (without any late fees, excludes long weekends)
Dive Essentials and Rental Rates:
|Rentals||Single Day||Add' Day||Weekend||Full week|
|Head Marlin Dive Mask, Snorkel and Fins||$19||$9||$29||$39|
|Sea Doo GTI Sea Scooter||$49||$29||$69||$99|
|O'Neill Psycho SL 5mm Surf Gloves||$10||$5||$19||$29|
|O'Neill 6.5mm Boot with Zipper (All Sizes)||$10||$5||$19||$29|
|O'Brien Flex Neoprene Vest||$9||$3||$12||$15|
|Wet Suit Rental (XS/S/M/L/XL/XXL)||$25||$15||$49||$79|
|O'Neil Dry Suit Male and Female (M/L)||$50||$20||$99||$149|
Hover mouse over the rental to view an HD image of the gear! * Prices are per day and subject to change.
Standard Wetsuit/Drysuit Sizing:
|Size||Height (in)||Weight (lb)||Waist (in)|
|Extra Small (XS)||5'7" - 5'9"||125 - 140||28 - 30|
|Small (S)||5'8" - 5'10"||135 - 155||29 - 31|
|Medium (M)||5'9" - 5'11"||150 - 170||30 - 32|
|Large (L)||5'10" - 6'0"||170 - 190||32 - 34|
|Extra Larage (XL)||5'11" - 6'11"||190 - 210||34 - 36|
Scuba Diving in Ontario:
Wondering where to scuba dive in Ontario? Luckily there are many locations where you can escape, explore and experience scuba diving, right here in Ontario.
- Windmill Point Park – The Windmill Point Park is located at 2409 Dominion Road Fort Erie, Ontario.
- Lake Ontario – The Tiller Wreck is located at Port Dalhousie, Ontario.
- Lake Erie – The port Colbrone area of Lake Erie has many local well known shipwrecks to be explored.
- Brockville – The Brockville is considered to be the “Carabinian of Canada”. The scuba diving area is located at St. Lawrence sea way.
- The Duck Islands – The Duck Island is located just outside the town of Picton and offers wooden shipwrecks in the Greater Lakes.
- Great Toronto Area – A popular shore dive for individuals living in Toronto is the Humber Bay, which is open all year around.