Waiting to be Discovered by You
offer the great fun and
memories as scuba diving. Reasons to go on a scuba diving
Explore reefs and
wrecks unseen by others
Become part of
scuba diving family
memories with friends and
amazing feeling of
is required for
certain clubs & organizations
Learn how to
spearfish for sport and the
& salvage opportunities
So Why Should
Dive with Rock Bottom?
been an instructor
and Captain for over 20 years. This means that you can enjoy
a great dive trip under the safest conditions. No equipment?
No problem, our Dive
Shop in Dunedin, Florida has a
full variety of scuba gear available for you to rent. And
since Scott charges less than most local dive charters, that means more
money in your pocket for future dives.
Unlike large dive
trips, Captain Scott
will take small groups of only 4-6 people at a time.
guarantees that you receive the
personal attention that you deserve. No one is rushed to end
a fun dive, you can relax and enjoy your experience.
Dives are done
from a 2008 Baha
Cruiser. This boat will get you to the dive site quicker than
most boats in the area. Because it's gas-powered instead of
diesel, you can enjoy the smell of the sea rather than unpleasant
fumes. When other dive charters are taking their divers to
the same dull dive spots, we bring you to a few secret locations off
the beaten path.
offers dives only a few
days out of every month. So instead of dealing with a dive
charter that operates daily just to make a buck, Rock Bottom dive trips
are done mostly to offer people a new experience.
scuba lessons, or to
join us on our next dive, please call us today at 855-448-7625, send
us an email or book
your trip by clicking on the reservation button on the top of
All dives are led
by Scott Crawford, an
Air National Guard member and experienced diver with over 20 years of
experience operating vessels. Captain Scott Crawford's
Association of Diving
Instructors Instructor (PADI)
Network (DAN) Oxygen
Captain, Master Near Coastal 100 gross ton
A member of the
Florida Air National
Guard, Scott was deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom, and
received the Joint Service Commendation Medal.
specifically with wounded
warriors through a variety of organizations. These soldiers
sustained injuries ranging from quadriplegia and amputation, to
blindness. His work with his fellow soldiers are part of
their rehabilitation process.