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…

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: Tropical Hill

By Alex Ward

Tropical Hill is one of our staff’s favourite dives. Think of the classic image of a mountain – big peak, little peak? – now imagine it underwater, covered with wonderful marine life! Excellent visibility and a beautiful backdrop make this site a favourite for photographers.

Rebreather Diving – A Look At The Basics

By Jon Wright

A bewildering number of options and different machines present a mass of information for the potential new CCR diver which is difficult to assimilate without some base knowledge. With this article I hope to clarify the basic operational aspects of CCR, as well as highlighting positive and negative aspects of this diving system.

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…