Tie Dye Diving Shammies

German Olympic Diver Jaden Eikermann and Corina at Ulla Klinger Cup.jpg

The diving shammy (shammie, whichever your favourite spelling is!) is our newest product. 
The tie dying process makes the shammies not only beautiful but also unique! We can try the "made to order" process like we have done for our young Dutch / Jamaican customer, but the shammies are tie-died after all and not hand painted. 

Some parents might wonder why shammies are so expensive to buy?! It is not
the white product in itself. It is the long hours spent tie-dyeing them and getting them ready to be sold to the customers! For more info read the blog.​

Matthew with Jamaican flag shammy

Catching up with our customer, the German Olympic Diver Jaden Eikermann, at Ulla Klinger Cup

Dutch / Jamaican Elite Junior Diver Matthew Hibbert, with his Jamacan flag shammy

The shammy is a fast-drying towel that divers rely on to ensure that they are safe and comfortable  for performing their dive. When a diver gets out of the water, they are dripping. Before their next dive, they need to quickly dry off and be ready to perform another dive.

The shammy is made exactly for this purpose, to enables the cloth to absorb a large amount of water. Once the water is absorbed while wiping their bodies, the divers can quickly wring it out.. This unique quality allows the shammy to replace the cotton towels that stay wet after a single use and are bulky.

When doing dives that include multiple somersaults — especiallythe ones requiring holding onto their legs (pikes and tucks) — it is important to make sure their hands don’t slip off, so by using a shammie it will effectively dry your legs and hands.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE SHAMMIES

Friday, April 8 (Pre-Conference Day)


  • Registration
  • Exhibitor Assembly
  • AAAEP Board Meeting - Closed Session, Invite Only
  • AAAEP Member/General Meeting - Open Session
  • AAAEP Educator Workshop (Invite Only)
  • AAP Meeting (Invite only)
  • AAAEP 10th Anniversary Reception (Invite Only)




Saturday, April 9


  • Registration
  • Breakfast With Exhibitors
  • President's Address & Business Meeting
  • Legislative Talk
  • ASA Update
  • AAAA Board of Directors Meeting
  • Student Poster Presentations / Fellow Cocktail Hour
  • Welcome Reception with Exhibitors
  • BLS/ACLS/PALS Renewal Certification Course – additional fee




Sunday, April 10


  • Breakfast With Exhibitors
  • CME Lectures
  • Regional Ultrasound Workshop – additional fee
  • Vascular Access Workshop – additional fee
  • State Academies Combined Forum
  • Student Trivia
  • Exhibitor Move-Out
  • President's Club Reception (Invite Only)




Monday, April 11


  • CME Lectures
  • State Academy Meetings
  • Off-Site Sightseeing Excursions




Optional Experiences


Fishing off the Emerald Coast – Monday, Apr. 11

Enjoy a professionally guided fishing excursion along the beautiful waters of the Emerald Coast. The Gulf of Mexico, Choctawhatchee Bay, Intracoastal Waterway, and surrounding estuaries are teeming with a tremendous variety of game fish thus earning the area the title of “World’s Luckiest Fishing Village.”

Guests will be transported the short drive to the Destin Harbor. Whether you are an experienced angler or just out for a new and exciting adventure, your captain will have you fishing comfortably in a short time. Coast Guard-approved vessels will be chartered for your excursion. Fishing license, bait and tackle are included. At the conclusion of your excursion, your fish will be cleaned and packaged for you.

  • 12:00 p.m. – Depart Hotel

  • 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Fishing Charter, Destin Harbor

  • 5:00 p.m. – Return to Hotel

  • 5:30 p.m. – Estimated Hotel Arrival

COST: $396 per person

*Tour requires minimum 12 participants to proceed. AAAA will notify registrants if we need to cancel by Friday, March 11, 2022. If the tour is canceled, refunds will be issued within 30 days of cancellation.

Dolphin Cruise & Snorkeling - Monday, Apr. 11

Join us for a fun, family-friendly dolphin cruise along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico and the Choctawhatchee Bay aboard a pontoon boat! Guests will be transported from the Hilton Sandestin for the brief ride to the Destin Harbor. Located at the Harborwalk, guests will have exclusive use of a 40-passenger pontoon boat for a two-hour excursion. The boat features a covered canopy for shade from the sun as well as a restroom. While searching for dolphins along the beautiful emerald green waters of the Gulf, guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy shelling, snorkeling and experience close-up views of seabirds and other marine wildlife. Sanitized masks, snorkel gear and shelling bags are provided along with bottled water. At the conclusion of the cruise, guests will be transported back to the hotel.

  • 1:00 p.m. – Depart Hotel

  • 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. – Private Charter

  • 4:15 p.m. – Arrive Hotel

COST: $185 per person

*Tour requires minimum 20 participants to proceed. AAAA will notify registrants if we need to cancel by Friday, March 11, 2022. If the tour is canceled, refunds will be issued within 30 days of cancellation.

If you would like to request more than 4 tickets at a time please contact info@anesthetist.org