Scuba diving in the warm Caribbean waters off St. Maarten is exhilarating if you are a beginner and a real treat if you are an experienced diver. Great wreck and reef sites offer an array of corals and sea life.
What to Expect
St. Maarten is a great dive destination. The outlying wreck and reef sites offer fantastic dives and excellent photo opportunities. For the average diver whose partner or family does not dive, here is where St. Maarten excels. Plenty of beaches, snorkeling, activities, shopping and day trips to keep everyone entertained while the divers go about the pleasure of diving. Waters are warm and inviting, and the marine life is abundant. Moray eels, turtle and southern stingray are common sightings - and frog fish and jaw fish are a treat to find.
Our dive staff chooses dive sites the morning of the dive to ensure the best decision is made for that day’s weather and sea conditions. Divers are always encouraged to take a shallow dive as a refresher, if their last dive was a year ago. Three custom dive boats provide comfortable rides. The platforms provide giant stride entry and ladders allow easy exit from the water. Dive groups are kept to around 12 per boat, with 2 to 3 dive staff accompanying.
Dive Adventures offers discounted dive package rates, all the latest courses to update your current certification rating, fun specialty courses and one day wonders to introduce your family or partner to Scuba this vacation
- Reef exploration
- Drinks on board
What's Not Included
- 3 Marine Park Fee
Know Before You Go
Please bring along your dive certification card. Your last diving should have been done within at least six months. Average depths are about 75 feet but can be deeper.
No pregnant ladies please.