Very slick operation. The shark adventure was outstanding!!! The shark feeder actually got bashed by a shark during the feeding which resulted in his helmet being knocked askew, his masked dislodged, and his regulator whacked out of his mouth.
Here's some numbers,make your own conclusions. 4-5 boat trips AM and PM with about 16 divers of all levels. Conservatively that works out to be about (2 (AM/PM trips)x4boatsx14divers/sub/snuba/snorkelers)x7days) 896 divers a week in the water. Again conservatively that's about (896x50 weeks) 44,800 divers per year.. Hmmmm...
On one of our dive days (we dove for 5 days with SC) our DM surfaced 3 times on the first dive to find out where we were and 2 times on the second dive. Things that make you go hmmmmm...
Burgers were great, staff was great, but me thinks SC needs to re-evaluate its operation. We had our own transportation so I am unable to comment on the bus, but the staff on the final PM dive of our days were very anxious to finish and get home.
Some suggestions: Try to group divers together with similar skill levels. Reduce the number of divers per trip. Teach appropriate reef etiquette. Teach your DMs how to use a compass. Try a paperless system...shuffling thru 50 or so paper accounts is time consuming and frustrating.
In closing we really enjoyed the shark adventure...this is the dive to do. Some issues with the other dives but it is what it is. I'm hoping this review is seen as constructive as we enjoyed the staff, the facility and the burgers!!!
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