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Freedive Trial Night:

Come out for a night and see what Freediving is all about. Trial nights are run on the first Monday of the month and only cost $30. We will do our best to provide you with equipment if you don’t have your own and we will spend the night with you in the pool and introduce you to freediving. All equipment and pool fees are included and you can pre-pay with PayPal or bring cash to the pool.

Please complete the Trial Night Form (PDF – 110kb) to attend the trial night, but you will not have to become a member if you don’t absolutely love this great sport after the first night. Please let us know at in advance that you will be attending.

If you would like to donate to FreediveToronto or pay a fee which is not listed here you can always send money via PayPal to the email above. Please make sure to include a note on what the payment is for.

Become a Member!

Membership includes:

  • Diver mentorship and training assistance from experienced freedivers
  • Pool and open water training sessions (pool fees extra)
  • Participation in group email communications
  • Eligibility for club and regional events and competitions

All residents of Ontario are eligible for Membership in Freedive Toronto. Non residents may apply for a Guest Membership.

Complete the Membership Form (PDF – 14kb) and attend our training sessions. Please let us know at in advance that you will be attending.

Membership Fee:

Our $50 membership fee is renewed every year on June 1. Our prefered method of payment is via our PayPal account (Note: you don’t need a paypal account to purchase a membership; you can use your credit card)

Pool Fees  

Pool fees for the 2015/2016 season are $150 for FreediveToronto members and $200 for non members.
Our preferred method of payment is via our Paypal account (Note: you don’t need a Paypal account to purchase a membership; you can use your credit card)

Pool Fees – Non Members 

Single Night Pool Fee

If you are a member, but only want to come out occasionally, you can choose to pay $15 per night at the pool, instead of the annual fee.

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