Asked Questions & Answers
Q: What type of
boat do you have?
A: 2008 Baha
Cruiser, Powered by 2 Suzuki 225 engines, Raymarine C120 integrated
navigation system with radar and depth sounder module. Stand-up head
with shower, fresh and raw water wash down. Shade, drinks and snacks
available on board. Custom scuba tank benches for ease of donning
Q: How far out do
A: We carry 244
gallons of fuel, so we can go quite a distance out. Going out
further distances is typically a special request, which can change the
cost of the dive trip. We can also get you into 80 feet of depth,
depending on tides. Most of our trips are in the 30-60 foot depth
Q: What are we
going to see?
A: We usually
dive artificial and natural reefs. An artificial reef is a
non-natural material or structure that sunk to the ocean floor, and
allowed life to develop in or around it. It is not unlikely to
see turtles, mackerel, barracuda, grouper, hogfish, frogfish,
crustaceans, beautifully colored corals, sponges, starfish, eels and
rays. Dolphins are common to see on the trip out, and depending on the
season, manatees as well.
Q: How long are
A: You can plan
on spending about 5-6 hours on a two tank dive. With that said, we are
not in the business of churning out numerous trips per day. Nothing is
worse than a captain or divemaster telling you how much bottom time you
can have. If you are within your limits, dive!
Q: How many divers can you carry?
A: We want to
keep our groups small. We will leave the dock with a minimum of four
divers, and a maximum of six. If possible, we would like to group
people together according to skill level. This makes for a
relaxed and less intimidating trip.
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