Experience the 5-star customer awarded difference of scuba diving in Roatan with your family and friends. Offering a personalized and private approach to scuba diving in the Bay Islands of Honduras, scuba diving the way it should be. We are located in West-End, the north western part of the island. For those who have never been to Roatan, the diving at our doorstep is simply spectacular. Return guests, however, are curious about the more remote sites and we visit them regularly. We aim to please and, weather permitting, we go where our guests wish. Ask us about our regular day trips.
If you are looking to go scuba diving exclusively with your private group and enjoy customized services with a director’s cut edition of diving, in amazing dive sites on your schedule, we have you covered. With all new gear as well as careful focus on your safety, we offer our guests a different approach to scuba diving in the Bay Islands of Honduras.
A typical two tank dive adventure would look something like the following description. We would meet you at your dock with the boat and dive gear set up and ready to go. After a boat and dive briefing we cruise to the dive-site. Bottom times are averaging about 74 minutes but are entirely dependent on your air consumption and comfort. If you would like to stay down longer, let’s do it. We are not on a schedule and will accommodate to yours. We then spend anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour for the surface interval. If the weather permits it and guests are up for it, we fish during that time as we troll to the next dive-site. After another briefing we dive in for the next adventure. Upon completion we usually fish on the way home. Some guests have no interest in fishing, so we don’t. We then drop you off at your dock and we bring the gear back to the shop. We will rinse it and store it until your next dive if you like.
On our dive boats you will find:
- fresh towels
- fresh fruit
- iced water
- boat coats
- spare gear bag
- fire extinguisher
- emergency oxygen
- first aid kit
- cooler with fresh water for cameras
- fishing rods
- cell phone and marine radio
- throw rope
- life vests
- flare gun
- custom dive boat ladder
- an excellent boat captain, and
- a seasoned dive professional who will cater to your private group
The water temperature ranges from 77-84 F with the visibility consistently ranging from 40 – 100 ft.
When scuba diving Roatan, you will be surrounded by the world’s second largest barrier reef, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System. Thanks to the conservation efforts of the Roatan Marine Park and its supporting members you will scuba dive in one of the healthiest reefs in the Caribbean. You can explore sloping plateaus, sheer walls, wreck dives, crevices, trenches, canyons, overhangs and cavern systems.