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St. Maarten, Saba & St. Kitts

March 11-18, 2017

These three islands offer a wide variety of sites -  finger reefs, wrecks, drop offs, walls, and pinnacles that will capture your imagination. The abrupt topography above the sea in Saba is mirrored below, and the profusion of marine life attests to the early institution of the Saba Marine Park in 1987.

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Bonaire

April 28 - May 6, 2017

Bonaire—the shore diving capital of the world!

Bonaire’s pristine reefs and diverse marine life are unique to the Caribbean. Because the waters around Bonaire have been protected by an actively managed marine park for the past 30 years, Bonaire today ranks amongst the top four best diving destinations in the world. The island’s location in the south Caribbean (30 miles from Curacao, 50 miles north of Venezuela, 86 miles east of Aruba, and outside of the Caribbean hurricane belt) gives it an arid climate with little rain fall; consequently, the waters are exceptionally clear of silt, calm, and dive-able year round. It is an ideal destination for underwater photographers.

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San Salvador Island, Bahamas

June 10-17, 2017

The diving in San Salvador  has the reputation for being some of the best in the Bahamas. It's considered one of the top five wall-diving destinations in the region with visibility of 100 feet or more. The majority of the dive sites are located in close proximity to the marina. While diving you'll see a variety of shark, eagle rays, turtles, dolphins, seahorses and fish inhabiting the waters.

 

Laid back or lively, Riding Rock Inn offers guests all of the excitement and adventure or rest and relaxation they desire in a friendly atmosphere.

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Key Largo

July 21-24, 2017

The Molasses Reef, one of the most popular reefs in the Upper Keys, is known for its clear water, many fish and numerous boulder corals. Caves and ledges shelter lobsters, moray eels, parrotfish, angelfish, filefish, turtles, rays and nurse sharks.

Key Largo is also the beginning of the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail. Here you’ll find the Landing Ship Dock, the USS Spiegal Grove, and two US Coast Guard Cutters, the Duane and the Bib, which were sunk in the eighties.

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Wakatobi

September 22- October 2, 2017

Wakatobi’s walls, sea mounts, and shallow reefs possess a seemingly endless array of hard and soft coral species. Aside from the schools of tropical reef  fish, you will see dozens of unusual creatures, such as the pygmy seahorse, hundreds of multi-colored nudibranches, lion fish, leaf fish and scorpion fish - all common on every dive.

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Key Largo

October 20-23, 2017

The Molasses Reef, one of the most popular reefs in the Upper Keys, is known for its clear water, many fish and numerous boulder corals. Caves and ledges shelter lobsters, moray eels, parrotfish, angelfish, filefish, turtles, rays and nurse sharks.

Key Largo is also the beginning of the Florida Keys Shipwreck Trail. Here you’ll find the Landing Ship Dock, the USS Spiegal Grove, and two US Coast Guard Cutters, the Duane and the Bib, which were sunk in the eighties.

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