All pictures for your excursions with us up to May 3rd, 2018 are now updated. More will follow very shortly. Please wait for it. The internet speed on the island is close to rediculous so sometimes just uploading the files successfully can take days. For now, please enjoy what is online and we will post many more pictures soon. Files are in the upload queue as I am posting this message.
Thank you for diving with us and don’t be a stranger when you visit again. We will be there and with us, most probably, much more sealife.
All pictures we took up to and including April 10th are now available for download on our website. Just follow this line and get yourself to our gallery page and click on the date you were with us to get to them. The download of the edited, web ready versions is free as usual. Would you leave a review for us? We love reading about our tours…
This is not even a joke. download the pictures of your excursion with us for free and use them in your Trip Advisor or Facebook Review. We loved having you and hope to see you back one day. Happy diving 🙂
Looking for Enthusiastic SNUBA Guide for SNUBA SXM.
if you are at least 21 years old, speak English and a second Language, are a Rescue Diver and are good with guests….. you might qualify.
We need someone legal on the Dutch Side of Sint Maarten, so Dutch or local, who is punctual and great to work with.
We offer regular work in a nice dynamic team. Salary and tips are not bad at all.
Resume can be send to us or find us on facebook and chat with us there.
As I flew my recon drone to Little Bay from my balcony this morning, I had hoped that today we could at least see rocks and shapes from the air, so we could run our tours. we have had to cancel tours 4 weeks in a row for bad visibility. Mother Earth is very angry apparently.
However, today the news is better than expected and we do not have to be down. From the video I could see EVERYTHING in Little Bay, all the wrecks, all the rocks. The water is crystal clear for a change. This is good news, with 38 SNUBA on the menu.
Here’s a happy picture:
Looking forward to some awesome dives….. yay!