© iStock/TomasSereda Diving in USA The United States of America sits in the middle of North America with Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. People migrating from all over the world for over 200 years have made the U.S.A. a multiculturally diverse country. The U.S.A. is a country with one of the most diverse landscapes in the world. Visit the majestic Rocky Mountains in the west, the dry deserts of the Southwest, or the rolling plains of middle America. The East Coast is filled with lively and history-rich cities, which include Washington D.C., New York City, and Boston. You can also explore the warmer region of Florida and get astonished with the breathtaking islands of Hawaii. Diving in the United States of America (U.S.A.) means submerging in one of the most diverse places in the world. Every type of diver will find a perfect adventure in the U.S.A. You can go ice diving in Alaska, do some cold water diving in the majestic kelp forests of the West Coast or explore the deep haunting wrecks of the East Coast. Between your adventures in the East and West coast, you can expect plenty of freshwater locations within the lakes, quarries, and springs in the interior of the country. Some of the best dive spots in the U.S.A. are located in Florida, where you can enjoy the world-famous tropical diving. Featured Training Centers Career CenterUnderwater ConnectionCareer CenterScooba ShackCareer CenterDolphin Swim School, Inc.Instructor Training CenterXplore Scuba, LLCInstructor Training CenterDenver DiversInstructor Training CenterA-1 Scuba and Travel Aquatics CenterInstructor Training CenterDiventuresInstructor Training CenterSonoma Coast Divers LLCInstructor Training CenterOceanic VenturesInstructor Training CenterOutside The Asylum Diving & Travel This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app Featured places to go in United States © iStock/NeoPhotoMassachusettsAbout 1/3 of the state of Massachusetts boarders the Atlantic Ocean, offering a plethora of diving opportunities.Learn more © iStock-Ultima_GainaNew YorkDiving in New York, you will see an area with a rich maritime history and with hundreds of shipwrecks just waiting to be explored.Learn more © iStock/ericfoltzTexasTexas isn’t the obvious choice that comes to mind when you think of diving in the USA, but Texas is actually rich in many different types of diving.Learn more © iStock-LunamarinaFloridaThe Sunshine State Florida offers many great and divers dive sites from the tropical Florida Keys to deep shipwrecks and crystal clear freshwater springs.Learn more © iStock/ventdusudCaliforniaCalifornia, the third largest state in the United States of America, boasts some of the best cold-water diving in the country.Learn more © iStock-Art WagerHawaiiEvery possible type of adventure can be found in ’tropical paradise’ Hawaii including dramatic jagged cliffs, active volcanoes and clear turquoise waters.Learn more © Shutterstock/ESB ProfessionalPuerto RicoPuerto Rico’s shoreline consists of dozens of islets, cays, and white sand beaches perfect for snorkeling and divingLearn more © iStock/FredericProchassonThe Great LakesThe five lakes, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario make up the ’the great lakes’ that offer the best dive sites of the world.Learn more Dive Sites in United States Travel Information for United States Power Plug Type A, BAirports ATL, ORD, LAX, JFKCurrency USDLanguage enElectricity 120VTimezone UTC-11:00 - UTC-05:00Network Provider Sprint Spectrum, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless Discover the wonders of the deep with SSI's blog Join us on an exciting journey of discovery and learn more about exhilarating diving adventures, dedicated conservation initiatives, and innovative educational opportunities that will help you illuminate the extraordinary beauty of the underwater world. Let's explore the underwater world together and delve into the hidden wonders beneath the gentle waves.