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Recommendation for diving in SVI #210826
12/09/2019 06:48 PM
12/09/2019 06:48 PM
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Any recommendations for diving outfits in SVI? Plan on visiting Culebra, Culebrita and Vieques. Would prefer the option for rendezvous diving (picked us up from our sailboat).

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Re: Recommendation for diving in SVI [Re: Thistle] #210869
12/10/2019 08:51 AM
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I see Culebra Divers in Dewey, and Isla Nena Scuba in Vieques have very good reviews on FB.

Re: Recommendation for diving in SVI [Re: Thistle] #212868
01/03/2020 10:41 AM
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Luis Pina Island south of Culebra is a marine sanctuary and has great diving... both snorkel and scuba.
There is also a wall in 45-feet of water on the south side of Culebra that is spectacular. The dive shops know it. Again, good for snorkel and scuba.

I can recommend Taz with Aquatic Adventures... located at the east end of the channel with the Draw Bridge in Dewey.

If memory serves it's called Mamacitas, or The Dingy Dock... not sure which. The shop is (or was) located upstairs.


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