Below is the list of scuba diving adventures that we have planned. See something you're interested in? Contact us ASAP to reserve your spot or to find out more information. Don't see what you're looking for? Never fear...we'll be adding more soon!
May 2018 - Truk Lagoon
During WWII, Truk Lagoon was a major naval stronghold for the Japanese Navy, featuring much of the naval assets. In 1944, the Allies launched Operation Hailstorm and destroyed a good portion of the fleet. Which is why Truk Lagoon is now known as "the biggest graveyard of ships in the world." Come with us to explore this amazing piece of history that now features a variety of tropical fish, eagle rays and a wealth of other beautiful sea creatures.
July 14-16, 2018 - North Carolina Shipwreck Diving
This is a trip we do every year, and it never disappoints! Long boat rides out to the wrecks lend themselves to easily penetrated shipwrecks that are visited often by a variety of sharks, as well as beautiful coral growth.
August 16-20, 2018 - Jupiter, Florida
Another trip we've done often, and believe us when we tell you that Jupiter and the Gold Coast is a beautiful place to dive in Florida. This year, we're going in August so we can see the Goliath Grouper, uh...procreate! It is a sight to see, and the massive numbers of the massive fish is breath taking!
September 7-9, 2018 - St. Lawrence Seaway (NY)
A favorite because its a cheap, easy trip to see some really cool shipwrecks. Visibility is good in the Seaway, and the really cool thing is that if the water is 80 degrees at the surface, its 80 degrees at depth. For those of you who are newly Advanced Open Water/Nitrox certified, or have wanted to do some deeper diving (deeper than Open Water certification depths), this is the trip for you.
October 20-27 2018 - Florida Keys
We're going back to one of our favorite spots for diving in the U.S., and will be supporting our good friends at Conch Republic Divers, who were affected by Hurricane Irma. Despite the damage from the storm, the Keys are back and open for business, with early reports of minimal damage to the reefs. This trip is always a great time and offers a wide-range of dives...from shallow reefs to deep shipwrecks.
January 12-19, 2019 - Caye Caulker, Belize
You don't want to miss a trip to Caye Caulker. Some of the best diving in the world, which includes the world famous Blue Hole, discovered by Jacques Cousteau. On our last trip there, we didn't have one dive the whole week that disappointed, both in sea life and coral formations.
February 2019 - Crystal River, Florida
Manatee and cavern diving at its best, all wrapped up in a trip that won't break the bank. Nice warm water, beautiful sites and easy diving await you on this trip. This is a great excursion for newer divers!
September 2019 - Mozambique, Africa
What about a trip where you can dive and take a safari? See the wonderful wildlife both above and below the water? Well, this trip will provide that chance. We'll be diving the warm waters off Mozambique, which offer the chance to see manta rays, whale sharks, frog fish, seahorses, and many other beautiful creatures. And, being in Africa, you could take a side trip and see lions, tigers and giraffes too!
May 1-8, 2020 - Liveaboard Diving in the Socorro Islands
This is going to be a good one! The Socorro Islands off the coast of Baja Mexico are known for the huge variety of pelagics -- whale sharks, whitetip sharks, bull sharks, and manta rays, just to name a few. We'll be aboard the Nautilus Belle Amie for this once-in-a-lifetime trip.