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Valentine's Dive Center is located on the west side of Harbour Island. The center is the leading PADI dive resort facility in the area offering daily dives, snorkel trips, private charters, a certification program, kayaking & paddle board rentals. The waters around Harbour Island offer some of the best diving in the Bahamas, from exquisite coral reefs, grottos, underwater blow holes,high speed drift dives, wall and wreck dives. Whether you are an avid diver or just wish to explore the underwater world for the first time as a resort diver or a snorkeler, we can accommodate your needs. You can expect a personalized service from the crew of friendly and professionally PADI trained instructors to make sure you have the most enjoyable time at Valentine's Dive Center. We have custom-made dive boats, full scuba equipment rental, and digital stills and video. After diving relax on one of the world's best beaches of pink sand, stretching 3 miles along the east side of Harbour Island.

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Bimini Sands Resort & Marina will add to its already impressive menu of eco-adventure activities in January 2013 with the grand opening of a new scuba diving operation directed by world-renowned diver Neal Watson. The full-service Neal Watson’s Bimini Scuba Center will be based at Bimini Sands’ Beach Club, one the resort’s two properties on South Bimini Island in the Bahamas, and will feature a 40-foot custom dive boat accommodating 30 divers, all-new Oceanic dive equipment rentals, a commercial compressor for tank refills and the only Nitrox fill station in the Bimini Islands. “Our new location at the Bimini Sands Beach Club is ideal for a dive operation – the international airport is just a few minutes’ drive away, and it’s a short boat ride to Bimini’s best dive sites, most of which lie to the south,” Neal Watson said, citing as examples the wreck of the Sapona, Victory Reef and Tuna Alley, among other sites. “Bimini Sands’ condos are perfect for our divers’ needs. The resort’s new Infinity Pool is about to open, and its great restaurant, sushi bar and Mackey’s Sand Bar watering hole will be just steps from the door of our new dive shop.”

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Old Bahama Bay

The waters off West End, Grand Bahama Island, provide some of the finest scuba diving and snorkeling you will find in the Bahamas.  West End, located on the Gulf Stream, continually supplies nutrients as well as animal and reef life to this pristine environment. Blue circulating waters keep the area's reefs clean.  The region surrounding West End and the offshore cays is rich with shipwrecks from the Spanish Galleon era while the white sand banks are home to hundreds of spotted dolphins.?
Stuart Cove has opened a new dive operation right at Old Bahama Bay.  Now guests can dive with Tiger Sharks and Lemon Sharks in a high-speed dive boat. Offered three times a week, the all-day Tiger Beach Shark Excursion offers a truly unique way to interact with these amazing creatures. The diving off of West End offers so much more than just sharks, there are excellent wrecks, reefs, walls and wild dolphins all located within an easy ride from the dock.

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While at True Blue Bay Resort take the chance and splash into the turquoise Caribbean Sea with Aquanauts Grenada. Whether you are already an avid scuba diver or would like to snorkel – Aquanauts has the right trip for you. Conveniently located right at the marina, just steps from your room, the PADI dive center offers daily dive trips, free discover scuba at the pool, bubble maker program for 8 – 10 year olds on appointment and snorkel trips several times a week. If you fancy your own itinerary, please ask for their private boat charters. Grenada provides some of the best wreck diving the Caribbean has to offer. Some of the signature dives include the Bianca C – a cruise ship that sank in 1961 and the “Shakem” – a freighter that sank just off the St. George’s harbor entrance. But not only the wreck enthusiast gets their way in Grenada – all the wrecks are thanks to the nutrition rich water artificial reefs – but also Reef and Marine life are abundant around the Isle of Spice. Snorkelers too find a lot to discover – the most popular being the Underwater Sculpture Park by Jason Caire Taylor. A British artist who created sculptures of local people and tales and placed them underwater to interact with the marine life and environment. Places like Flamingo Bay and Blue Lagoon offer the snorkeler a glimpse into the beauty of our world underwater. All snorkel trips are guided; gear, snorkel vests and refreshments are provided.

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Dominica is as beautiful underwater as it is on land. Its diverse and pristine underwater sites make Dominica a top dive destination in the world. The Fort Young Hotel works closely with Dive Dominica, a top-rated locally-owned diving operation, to ensure that all your diving and watersports needs are met. Dominica has beautiful snorkeling, too! Dominica was rated as a Top 5 Caribbean Snorkeling Destination by Caribbean Travel & Life. If you want to explore the rare and interesting creatures of the underwater world, (like seahorses, turtles, frogfish, dolphins, sharks, and whales) book a diving excursion with us today!

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