Where are you located?
From Salt Lake City, go West on I-80, take exit 84 (look for the Morton Salt Plant). Turn left onto the frontage road at the stop-sign, then take the second left under the freeway onto Highway 138 (towards Grantsville). Go South on Hwy 138 for five miles. Seabase is on the left (East) side of the road. View Map
What is the GPS?
N 40 38.784', W 112 31.475'
What is the cost?
Area Use fee: $20.00 per day for snorkeling or SCUBA diving, + rental gear if needed. Or $5 to just hang around outside the water and maybe do a pedicure with the friendly mollies.
Instructors are free with copy of current instructor's
C-card and current insurance and at least 4 students.
pricing -By special arrangement on Thursday, Friday and Sunday only.
If you are certified but did not bring any gear-all day is $20 area use+$11 snorkel gear+$22 for complete rental of SCUBA package, + wetsuit if needed..($5 to $10). Extra airfills available for $6 to $8 if you need for extra dives. For snorkeling, just $20 area use and $11 snorkel gear, and $5 to $10 for wetsuit if needed.
What is the temperature of the water?
Winter: Average top: 65; and a bit warmer at the bottom. Spring: mid 70s. Summer: Average top 85; 90 bottom.
How much are lessons?
Check with Neptune Divers for the best information on SCUBA Diving lessons.
• SCUBA Certification: $300 includes pool training, books. logs,
use of gear, 2 days of open water training and Certification.
* $350 for a private or semiprivate class
• SCUBA Experience or Update: $105 includes instruction, gear and
area use fee. By appointment only.
• Referral: $205 . 2 days Area Use ($20.00 each day) and snorkeling gear not included. Includes instruction, SCUBA gear and air-fills. Call for arrangements, and bring referral papers!
How big are the Seabase bays? How far across?
The water area is divided onto several connecting and separate bays. The total of theconnecting bays is 150 feet wide, 200 yards long at the widest/longest, but very irregular in shape. Please see aerial view on the Bays
The Abyss is smaller, but deep, and the warmest..
How deep? What is the depth adjusted for altitude?
White Rocks Bay - 13 feet deep. You can safely dive here all day.
Habitat Bay - 24 feet at the deepest; altitude adjusted - 33 feet.
The Abyss - 62 feet deep, alt adj 84 feet.