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COVID-19: Bahamas Travel & Tourism Updates
May 19 2020
Scheduling/Reservations/Travel For divers scheduled to join us in 2021, we are anticipating that the trips will run as scheduled. However, there is a possibility that the...
As shark populations bounce back, here’s how to be safe
Jun 03 2016
Now, after years of conservation efforts, shark populations are bouncing back in the Pacific Ocean. That’s leading to more run-ins like the one that took place...
Lionfish Stings – Treating | iDive Blog
Feb 24 2016
Here’s a great list of recommendations for dealing with a lionfish sting. As the invasive species continues to flourish in the Caribbean, diver’s are finding...
Diver faces charges in dive buddy death.
Aug 14 2015
A British scuba diver is fighting extradition to Malta where he faces charges of killing his partner and their friend during a holiday.Stephen Martin was diving off Gozo...
Tiger Beach Bahamas: When Currents Rip
Jul 20 2015
Occasionally, the currents at Tiger Beach Bahamas can get pretty strong. We try to plan our dives when the current is mild, but conditions have been known to change in a...
Do you really need dive accident insurance?
May 20 2015
We highly recommends that divers carry DAN or other equivalent dive accident insurance for our dive expeditions in the Bahamas. Our diving at each location is far from...
Shark Diving Safety Tips & Tricks
Oct 20 2014
Shark dives can be some of the most rewarding and thrilling underwater experiences for divers. The Bahamas national marine sanctuary, established in 2011, is home to a...
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