From the muck of Lake Union to sandy or kelp covered bottoms of Seattle's salt water marinas, we are skilled at retrieving cell phones, jewelry, watches, glasses, keys, wallets, tools, outboards, ladders, or anything else that might have gone overboard.


What To Do When Valuables Go Overboard:

- Mark as accurately as possible the spot you lost your item

- Do not disturb the bottom in any way trying to retrieve the lost item

- Call Double J promptly and provide a detailed description of the item and how it was lost

- Note condition of tide when item was lost

- Remain at location to meet Double J and give a full description of event

Please note: The retrieval chances drop drastically with time. The possibility of recovery drops drastically when the bottom has been disturbed prior to our dive.

"You simply will not find a more conscientious diving firm in the Seattle region. Double J Diving has been diving regularly on our 40' Tiara in Elliott Bay Marina since early 2010 and has provided us with fantastic service. Janel always emails us the week before we are on the schedule and then calls me after every dive to inform me of Jorge's findings. When they felt that the time between diving intervals could be extended, she promptly informed us. When a nice deck brush found its way to the bottom of our slip, Jorge gladly retrieved it, rinsed it with fresh water, and left it secure on the back deck. The customer service received from Double J Diving is unmatched. I would recommend them to anyone with underwater maintenance needs."
Doug Vodder, Tiara 4000 Express