For an exciting twist to your next Virgin Islands bareboat yacht charter, take a little time and learn to scuba dive.
Charterers spending time in Tortola, BVI can now take rendezvous diving and scuba education programs during their sail bareboat vacations, thanks to a new partnership with Sail Caribbean Divers, a PADI dive center.
Says, Mike Rowe, a course director at Sail Caribbean Divers, “We realize families often refine their traditional travel plans for more meaningful and interactive vacations.“
Indeed, self-drive luxury sailing charter vacations combined with watersports such as snorkeling and diving can certainly fulfill such wishes.
A new diving reservation desk has been opened in Roadtown, Tortola, BVI at the Moorings bareboat fleet base.
Sail Caribbean Divers has three full-service dive centers, with four dive vessels at the three centers in the BVI – at Hodges Creek Marina, Cooper Island, and Norman Island.
Certified divers can enjoy guided dives of incredible sites like the Wreck of the Rhone, a British ship that sank in 1867. Novice divers can take a certification course or simply enjoy a short, introductory dive course.
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