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.

Favourite Dives: Layer Cake

By Gary Ward

Gary writes about his favourite dive at Layer Cake, down among the small cays to the South of Carriacou. This one is an exciting fast drift dive, for experienced divers only – the kind of dive that puts a big grin on your face!

Favourite Dives: “Le Jettoi” Magical Shore Dive

By Nora Valdés

Affectionately referred to as ‘Le Jettoi’ by our team (thanks, Gary!), the Hillsborough Jetty is a magical place for divers. Easily accessed by a short swim from the beach outside the dive shop and filled with oodles of fish and wonderful creatures, Le Jettoi is a favourite for all of us.

Teaching CCR Diving

By Jon Wright

As a technical diver, what I enjoy most about teaching is demystifying the more esoteric aspects of physics, physiology, gas management and technique. We do not need to be diving to great depth in order to benefit from this increased knowledge base and in many ways, having a more thorough understanding of the what, why…