Certified Two Tank Dive

Starting at
$114.99 / Person
Aruba
Difficult Activity Level
Minimum age 12 years
Certified Divers only
4.0 hours
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Details

Diving Adventure: Board our spacious custom built dive boat and enjoy the scenic ride to our first dive site , the famous “Antilla” shipwreck while our experienced dive professionals will be providing you with knowledge about the two dives sites as well as safety instructions.

Dive Site “Antilla” Shipwreck: Explore the Antilla, a 400-foot-long German freighter, sunk in 1940, and now a home to tube sponges, coral formations, fish and other beautiful marine life.

Surface Interval: While back on the vessel relax and get ready for your next diving adventure at the Pedernalis. Our experienced dive professionals will be providing you with knowledge about the second dive site as well as the marine life you may encounter.

Dive Site “Pedernalis”: Explore the mysterious wreckage of the sunken Pedernalis oil tanker, which teems with grouper fish, angelfish and other watery creatures.

Ending to a Perfect Day: Enjoy the scenic boat ride back to the cruise terminal where.

What’s Included:

  • Complete diving gear (BCD, regulator, wetsuits, mask, snorkel, fins, weights, and tanks).
  • Service-Oriented and Certified dive professionals and captain.
  • Cold water.

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Notes

Requirements and Restrictions: Minimum age to dive – 10 years. Guests must have a valid diving certification and you must have been on a dive in the last two years. Guests must avoid drinking any alcoholic beverages before the tour. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with seizures, high blood pressure, heart or respiratory conditions may not participate on this excursion.

What to Bring: Valid dive certification card, Logbook (optional), swimwear, change of clothes, beach towel, and underwater camera.

Good to Know: Dives sites may vary depending on weather and sea conditions.