Posted June 8th, 2004, 09:53 PM
If it is over by the "Sommerset bridge" and the ship is docked in hamilton, then take the water taxi if it runs early enough.....otherwise take a cab....We made a number of dives over three days and had to do both.
If you need a dive master to guide you, let them know now as they do not really provide you one and you will have to get one.
The dives are not that hard if you have any experience....and you can trail along behind them if you want to. we followed our own profile and course. Bring your own drinks and snacks.....
We had a good time scuba diving. We dove with an outfitter named Blue Water Divers. They were friendly. They had no nitrox (we did not need it, shallow diving), they provided an igloo with ice for drinks, and a small cooler with water in it for drinking. Be prepared to add weight due to the saltiness of the water. We dove on three wrecks our first day and one wreck and a reef the second day. If you are a new diver or you are uncomfortable about running your own dive, tell them in advance so that YOU can hire a "dive guide". This was made known to us the first morning. We were in 30 feet of water and there was no current, so there was no problem. The predive briefing was very good. We enjoyed our dives.
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Monarch of the Seas 2000
Enchantment of the Seas 2001
Granduer of the Seas 2002
Rhapsody of the Seas 11/2003
Next cruise: July 2004 Golden Princess Southbound Scubahound