MV Conception Memorial Scuba Tag

The origin of the MV Conception Memorial Scuba Tag came from a very thoughtful PADI SCUBA instructor and underwater photographer from Santa Barbara, CA, Douglas Klug - Instagram @divindk. He ordered tags to give away as a healing remembrance and memorial tag that divers could wear on their BCD to remember the divers lost on the Truth Aquatics “Conception” Dive boat. They were also promoted by the Santa Barbara Aquatics dive shop

There have been many hundreds of requests for more of these tags so we have decided to offer them at a price to cover our material costs, time to engrave and shipping (US ONLY). The $2.50 covers free shipping via US Postal Service 1st Class mail to domestic destinations only. International customers are invited to order but they will have to pay for the additional cost of shipping to their location.

Tags are approximately 1.75 inches in diameter and 1/16 inch thick. This memorial scuba tag is made from high quality, plastic industrial outdoor sign material. It is made to withstand the sun and outdoor elements.  Plastic zip tie to attach the tag is provided.

To receive FREE US Postal Service (1st Class only) - please enter the coupon code:  MEMORIAL when you check out.

Please consider giving to the families of those impacted by the tragedy. Divers Alert Network (DAN) has set up a mechanism to give to the families. Join the community in this fundraising effort to support the families of those we have lost. Visit DAN.org/TheConception to make a contribution today.

Thank you @divindk and @sbaquatics for the thoughtful idea.

May all find peace.

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MV Conception scuba tags.
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Always Great Products
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Lov my tags.
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Love these tags!
Renee, thank you for your review. Like many others, we grieve for the friends and families of those lost in this tragic accident. Steve has a personal, fond memory of diving in the Channel Islands on the Truth Aquatics boats. We were honored when Douglas came to us with the idea for these tags.

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