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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 98%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (1)
- ScubaTech GrenadaFirst to ReviewJun 02, 2013
I had a great time diving with Scuba Tech in Grenada over 6 days and 12 dives. While diving with ScubaTech I decided to take 2 Padi specialty diving training courses (Wreck and Deep Diver). Jochen was my instructor and he was brilliant at providing an in-depth pre-dive briefing and followed up with excellent post-dive observations, which only improved my subsequent dives – in terms of air consumption, buoyancy, and bunch of other great tidbits.
Each morning, ScubaTech provided shuttle service (via Sabine) from my hotel to their dive shop at the Calabash Hotel. And upon arrival to the dive shop, the team had all of my gear set up and I was only required to test the nitrox levels in my tanks and set my computer accordingly. After, the team (Ackie, Sao, Pearl and Carsten) managed to load all of the gear into the boat and we were off.
All of the dives sites were fantastic. I dived the Bianca C, Shakem, Grenada’s Marine Park – Flamingo Bay and Sculpture Park, Purple Rain, Shark Reef, Wibbles Reef and Vernoica L. There was an abundance of sea life at each dive site and Jochen made sure to point out interesting aspects of the reef or wreck while diving.
During my week, there were no more than 6 divers and 3 dive masters on the boat. In between dives, we were giving the option of going back to the dive shop or hanging out in one of the many great and calm bays in Grenada. Our group opted for the bay each day where we enjoyed popcorn, juice and water during our surface intervals.
After our dives, ScubaTech’s team helped rinse and then store our gear for the next day of diving. I didn't really have to lift a finger and the ScubaTech's team was quick to encourage me not help out post dive.
I’m looking forward to my next trip to Grenada and explore the Northend. And maybe even do some lionfish hunting with ScubaTech.