Two Tank Certified Boat Dive
St. Thomas 2-Tank Certified Boat Dive
On this St. Thomas excursion, enjoy a Two-Tank Certified Scuba Dive in two of St Thomas' famed diving locations, in small groups of no more than six. After all, that's part of why you're here, isn't it?
A short boat ride from our dive shop will bring you to some of the most popular dive sites along the island's north or south coast, including the wreck of General Rogers, Congo, Grassy Cay, Mingo Cay, Tunnels and Arches of Thatch, the ledges of little St. James, Cow and Calf.
Depending on the sea and weather conditions that day and your small group's skill level, your professional PADI-trained dive master will select sites to suit your abilities and desires. Flexibility and safety are our top priorities. Mask, fins, snorkel, tanks, weight-integrated BCD and regulator are included on this St. Thomas shore excursion. Cameras are available to purchase or rent so you can record your dive.
When we return to the beach, if time allows, stay and swim, snorkel or visit the adjacent Coral World Marine Park on your own. Tour requires a minimum of two divers to operate. Taxis are available near the dive shop for when you are ready to return to your cruise ship.
Reviewer: Larry Sande
Gary and Chris were great, the dive site was very good.Customer service was great. Would definitely use them again.
Reviewer: Jeremy Farnsworth
What an amazing dive. Awesome staff. We showed up about 2 hours early, the staff let us borrow some snorkel gear to pass the time..the beach is amazing. The dives were the best out of our whole trip. Would love to come back!!!!!!
Reviewer: Kayla dive addict
Amazing staff. Entire trip was well organized and they dealt with a mechanical challenge so well that there was no disruption to my trip. I would book this again in a heart beat. It was definitely better than other cruise line excursions
Reviewer: L Davis
A great diving experience.
The folks at the Coki dive center were great. We were the only folks diving in open water this day and the we saw lots of great stuff (sharks, octopus and a variety of common tropical fish). We would go back just to dive with these folks again.