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: “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.

A Day in the Life….. of a Dive Shop Owner

By Gary Ward

Is this the role that I expected when I started my scuba career? Probably not. I love my job and I love the people around me. I recognize that I run a small business in the tourism service industry and the requirements of a small business do not change regardless of where you are in the world. In that regard I love what I do and doing it here in Carriacou.

Favourite Dives: Sharkies Hideaway Pt1 @ Mabouya Island

By Gary Ward

Maximum Depth: 22m / 73 ft Level:   Easy & Relaxing Sharkies Hideaway is the name of the dive sites along the western side of Mabouya Island which we have split into part 1 and part 2.  During the winter is can be an exposed entry and exit due to northerly winds and swells, but…