Perfect Trim for a Scuba Diver

By Nora Valdés

The trim is the ideal horizontal position for a diver underwater, so we would like to share a couple of tips to achieve that perfect trim which will help you make the most of your dive and be a better diver as well.

Bogles Ridge is full of fish again!

By Nora Valdés

I remember the first time I dove here, it was for a lionfish hunt with my buddy Mark, and we thought the place was quite pretty, but looking quite dead to be honest. Well, that was September 2019, and I’ve been here 3 times since then, and I must say that I’m liking it more and more each time.

Favourite Dives: Seaview

By Alex Ward

Located at the edge of Tyrell Bay, Seaview is a wonderful site for those divers who love to look for all the little creatures and take their time in exploring the coral reef: simple navigation, gentle conditions and a maximum depth of 12m / 40 ft, make this dive a favourite for macro life spotters and underwater photographers.

Favourite Dives: Shark Canyon

By Gary Ward

Frigate Island, one of the eastern-most cays is one of our favourite locations for more challenging dives as it sits close to the “drop off” and the strong Atlantic currents. Shark Canyon is probably the most challenging of challenging sites, and one we get the opportunity to dive very rarely.

Carriacou: A place that feels like home right away

By Nora Valdés

From day one you get instantly mesmerized by the turquoise color of the water and the green color of the trees in the hills, but for me it was the kindness of Kayak people that sounded familiar, due to my dear Patagonian origins I guess, the same sense of security and peace.