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Help! Want to dive in Tortola

Discussion in 'Greater Caribbean & Bermuda' started by divecouple, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. divecouple

    divecouple Registered

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    We are going to be in Tortola next week via cruise ship and cant find a dive operator to dive with. I have had a reservation with Dive Tortola for a month and they emailed me yesterday and cancelled us because they took on another group of cruise line passangers and are now all full!

    They are going to the Rhone which we weren't really interested in. We'd rather go to some of the more interesting coral sites etc. I have tried UBS and Dive BVI and had no luck there either. I thought I was all set with my reservation and now 4 days before we leave we have no diving!! Can anyone recommend any other operator in Tortola??
     
  2. Footslogger

    Footslogger Divemaster

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  3. Footslogger

    Footslogger Divemaster

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    My bad ...it's Kilbrides Underwater Tours !! Kurt is a HOOT. A real "Pirate"

    Here's the link to his site:

    http://www.sunchaserscuba.com/

    Although after reading it over it appears that Kurt may have gone to Davy Jone's Locker since I was last there.

    'Slogger
     
  4. Scubagal

    Scubagal Contributor

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    We used Blue Water Divers on our trip to Tortola last September and were pleased with them. The diving highlight of the trip was the RMS Rhone. I'm not a huge wreck fan, but the history of the wreck, combined with the fish and marine life on and near the wreck, made for a very enjoyable 2 tank dive.
     

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