Your day starts with a 9–10 am pickup from your hotel or cruise port. Next, arrive at Marigot Bay and check-in at the dive shop. After receiving equipment and filling out the required waiver, board the boat and head to the island's sheltered west coast for your dive(s).
Your captain will take you to the best diving site for that day, depending on the water and weather conditions. The boat ride may be anywhere between 15 and 45 minutes. You may visit shipwrecks in Anse Cochon, or world-class diving spots like Soufriere, or Anse Chastanet. All of these sites are found in marine reserve areas.
Upon arrival, your captain will anchor and divers will be teamed up with professional dive instructors and/or Divemasters (maximum eight guests per instructor) and spend the next 45-60 minutes diving the crystal-clear waters of St Lucia. Most dives are between 45 and 65 feet deep (13–20 meters). Back on board, enjoy a full lunch, complete with water and juice. Take some time to rest before the captain takes you to your second dive site.
At the second site you will have 45-60 minutes to dive over reefs teeming with tropical fish or maybe the remnants of a wreck. After, make your way back to Marigot Bay where you will disembark from the boat and get dropped off at your hotel/cruise ship.
Choose just one day diving, or a package of multiple days (1–5 days available). If you have your own equipment feel free to bring it, otherwise make sure to select the option with equipment included. All options include tanks and weights. Boats are spacious dive boats with all amenities including a restroom, relaxed seating and dual ladders for easy water entry and exit. Both divers and snorkelers may share the boat, but are not grouped together, each have their own guides.