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Location

3575 Cahuenga West
Los Angeles, CA 90068
USA

(323) 969-9666
Hollywood Divers storefront

Store Hours

Open 7 Days a week:
Monday-Friday 10:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am to 6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am to 3:00pm

Driving Directions

Heading North/West on 101 Freeway: Exit Universial Studios. Turn LEFT on to Universial Studios Blvd. Go over the 101 Freeway and turn RIGHT on Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood Divers is on the left side at 3575 Cahuenga Blvd. Parking Validation is available in the building and metered street parking is also available. We are Directly Across from Universal Nissan "Outdoor Car Lot". To Unload or Load Tanks We have one loading spot in the Monthly Parking Driveway next to the shop. We do offer 2 Hour Validated Parking in our Building. To Access the Parking use the Center Drive way for extended stay up to two hours.

Heading South/East on 101 Freeway: Exit Lankershim Bvd. Go Left at the Bottom of the Ramp. Go one block and Hollywood Divers is on the right side at 3575 Cahuenga Blvd. Parking in the building and metered street parking is also available.

Contact Us by emailing us at info@hollywooddivers.com

What our Customers are saying so far...We have been in Business for 15 years. Most of Our Staff and Owners have been Professional Divers for 20 Years or More. See some of our Google Reviews here.
 
Hollywood Divers
3575 Cahuenga Blvd W, Los Angeles, CA
 
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Dale Ramquist
in the last week
true, dedicated customer service is a precious commodity these days; HD has it in spades! time and again, willing to go the extra mile and more, to assist, explain, teach, offer suggestions and help, even when the expense is theirs. these guys love the sport, love being involved with divers and are real ambassadors for diving. very broad expertise, from basic scuba certification to photography to travel and tech diving. highly recommended!
(tech diver of many yrs)
Cheryl Ebrams
3 weeks ago
My husband goes here all the time. Most recently he went looking for a waterproof door for his gopro, instead of going to Amazon. They hooked it up and for a better deal than could have been gotten on-line. I even bought my husband weights ...More
Deanna Starbuck
3 weeks ago
These guys are amazing! I purchased a lot of gear from them and they have the best service and prices around! Highly recommend them!
Roger Pittard
2 months ago
Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Great selection of gear. I've done all my training with them, best in the business and won't go anywhere else. Great job guys!!
See our Hollywood Divers SCUBA Blog for Updates and News about Diving Activities and Products https://hollywoodivers.wordpress.com

Your Health and Fitness as a Scuba Diver: 

Managing the Health Risks of an Adventure Sport 


When you enrolled in your first scuba diver training course you were required to provide a confidential medical history so that your instructor, and in some cases in consult with your personal physician, could determine if you possessed the necessary fitness level to learn to dive. Now that you're certified that responsibility is yours. 


As you know, certain medical conditions make diving extremely hazardous and can cause serious injury and death. Generally, any health condition that might lead to seizure, sudden unconscious or that affects your ability to equalize pressure in your body's air spaces would be reason to cease diving until cleared by a physician. Because our health changes over time it is important to obtain regular assessments, especially after a long absence from the sport. 


People develop asthma, diabetes, lung and heart disease as they age and any of these conditions are known to be contrary to scuba diving. While some anxiety and apprehension before a dive is not unusual, if one becomes prone to panic, excessively fearful of confined or open spaces, or being in open water he or she should cease diving until the problem(s) causing heightened anxiety have been fully resolved. Chemical dependency, whether alcohol, illegal or prescription drug related, can also compromise one's fitness to dive. 


Scuba diving can provide a lifetime of adventure for individuals who take responsibility for their health and participation in the sport. Divers have a responsibility to one another and the diving community to minimize the risks and maximize the positive image of divers and diving. Dive smart, dive healthy, dive for a lifetime.


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