Virgin Island Water Fun

Diving

 

     At St. John Dive Adventures, we understand what makes your vacation a memorable time and we cater to those needs. With a maximum of six passengers on any trip, you are guaranteed personalized service and comfort on our 34' custom dive boat. No fighting for space to put your gear, or find a seat…just kick-back and relax. Cushioned seating, a bimini top for shade, fresh water shower and stereo system are additional amenities we provide to make your Virgin Islands adventure FUN!


   

     As your exclusive dive charter operator from Coral Bay, we take you to locations away from the crowds. Pristine reefs, abundant fish life, quiet coves and uninhabited islands are easily accessible when you explore the east end of St. John and the British Virgin Islands. An added bonus is our proximity to what is consistently rated as one of the world's best wreck dives - The RMS Rhone.

     Want to Learn to Dive, brush up on your skills, or do your checkout dives for your open water certification? We offer PADI courses for Discover Scuba Diving, Scuba Review and Open Water Certification referrals.


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     Simply put, diving in St. John and the British Virgin Islands is easy and fun!

     Crystal-clear waters, protected sites and unspoiled reefs make the Virgins one of the premier dive destinations in the world. These islands are known for the diversity and quality of dive sites. There is adventure for everyone - experienced and novice divers alike. Dives sites are mostly shallow, often with little or no current, with few sites deeper than 75 feet - ideal for longer bottom times.

     Fringing reefs, rocky pinnacles, and swim-throughs all attract an interesting array of marine life. Turtles, eels, octopus, lobster, eagle rays, sharks, and much more, await your arrival. And the underwater realm here provides an outstanding array of beautiful hard and soft corals, and sponges. And we are environmentally sensitive…leave only bubbles …take only pictures.

     Easily accessible from our east end location is the RMS Rhone, one of the most famous wreck dives in the world. Located off Salt Island, BVI, she sank in 1867 and is a must see.

 


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