Yes, we're serious on this Freeport shore trip, you'll be part of a small group to dive into some of the greatest scuba sites on the planet!
After being picked up at the cruise pier, you will travel to the dive shop, where your experienced guides are waiting to take you on an exceptional and unforgettable two-tank diving adventure.
The dive shop owners are also divers, and they have great reason to think that their clear water and unbelievable walls are some of the greatest scuba sites on the planet! Based on weather and sea conditions that day, your guide will take you to the best site available. Theo's Wreck, Nick's Falls, Lost Paradise, Mama Rose Wreck, and Snapper Alley are just some of the sites you may visit.
If weather permits, an added bonus is the option to enjoy a "swim-along" with sharks. This is not a feeding, but a real encounter in an area known for its groups of gray reef and black tip sharks. Although marine life spotting can never be guaranteed, your captain knows the areas where sharks are most likely to be seen and even swim alongside you!
Your dive includes tanks and weights, but as most divers travel with their own B.C., regulator, fins and mask, these are not included in the cost of the tour. For those who need to rent equipment, mask and fins can be rented for $10 US per set, B.C. and regulator for $26 US per set. The dive shop takes credit cards as well as US cash.
Please Note: This dive is for certified divers who have dived in the last 12 months only. A valid C-card and photo ID will be required at check in.
This dive shop was amazing
Nick and Karen run a great operation. Our group of six was met just outside the gate where we docked in Freeport. Nick drove is in the van to their dive shop, roughly 15-20 minutes away. We all had a good chat on the way. Once there, they checked identification and certification, then we were off to get geared (I used the shop's SCUBA equipment, though some brought their own). We were off on the boat very quickly and taken to our first dive spot. Our group was comprised of divers of various skill level, though no one was doing his or her first open water dive. Regardless, everyone was treated with courtesy and respect. I hadn't been under water for a while, but I felt completely safe and reassured. Dive Masters reviewed a few signals before the dives, and they established a definitive minimum air tank level as well. Each of the two dives lasted about 35-45 minutes, and we were treated to some gorgeous sights, including plenty of wildlife. I did manage to spy one reef shark in the distance on the first dive, but others reported seeing 3-4 sharks. The reefs and various fish were amazingly beautiful. We also explored parts where there was some airplane wreckage and debris. Rinse tanks were available both aboard the vessel and back at the shop, and they had fresh drinking water on board as well. I had to purchase a shirt from the shop to commemorate my first 2-tank dive. Prices were reasonable. Once we were all done, Karen drove us back into the cruise port, all the way to the loading area. I definitely recommend this top-notch operation.
Wonderful service - great experience.
Reviewer: Vicki Fire
Nick, the dive master, absolutely knew what he was doing. He chose all the best spots and was totally organized and punctual, very important since we only had a couple of hours in port. The group was small (6 divers) and the whole experience could not have been more enjoyable. All the prices were extraordinarily reasonable and I would dive at this dive shop again.
Good Diving. Staff worked well with a High safety standard