Certified Grenada Two Tank Dive
Grenada's own undersea world may be the perfect place to take a certified boat dive. Even better when you've got two tanks to do it!
After being met at the cruise pier, transfer to the dive center on Grand Anse Beach for registration and to rent the diving equipment you need. You will then meet your dive master, and in groups of no more than six guests per dive master, 12 per boat, you'll head out.
Based on sea and weather conditions that day, your dive master will take a quick survey of the group's abilities and plan the best dive. There is a great selection of sites reached easily by boat, many less than 15 minutes away, allowing for flexible and guest-focused tours. From wreck dives to reef dives, drift dives, shark dives, and the world's first underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada offers options for all levels and promises some great diving.
After surface time, your dive master will lead you on a second dive in a different location. Each dive is approximately 45 minutes, depending on profile and air consumption. You will then return to the cruise pier.
Tanks and weights are included. Additional equipment - regulators, BCDs, wetsuits, mask, fins, etc. - are not included. A full set rents for $20 US per day and can be paid for at the dive shop upon arrival.
Health restrictions apply and a waiver and medical statement is required to be filled out by all participants. Please look at the following example:
If you cannot pass the questionnaire, or do not have the required physician's statement, you will not be permitted to dive. Guests not able to dive will not be entitled to a refund so please look at the questionnaire BEFORE booking this tour.
IN ADDITION: If you are taking medication, consult your doctor before participating in this program.
Reviewer: Linda Andress
Great dive, really liked the sculptured statues underwater. Schooner wreck was full of lots of fish. Reefs were colourful and healthy. Staff did a great job as well.
Reviewer: Steve Pratt
First dive site was a healthy reef. Second site was the sculpture park, which was OK, but not something I'll go out of my way to see again. Eco Divers is a small shop, which was part of the appeal when I dived with them in 2015. This time, the crew seemed indifferent, not bad, but not engaged either. I would dive with them again, as it's convenient from a cruise ship, but I would look for other options first.
Reviewer: Chris Howe
I enjoyed diving in Grenada. The areas selected were good with a max depth around 60'. The last spot had the famous underwater statues to see and photograph. The captain of the boat and the dive master were good but were very "hands off". There was no safety brief from the dive master which I thought was strange. The crew also didn't really help with the gear, whether it was rental or your own. But overall is was a good experience.
It was a great dive. Ive used this company before. Will continue using them. Would prefer smaller group that does not include snorkelers.
After spending a week scuba diving Granada the year previous took us to points we had not previously seen. They were extremely helpful in helping us get the most out of these dives.