Stuart Cove's van picked us up at Paradise Island right on time. Since the dive op was on the other side of the island, we got to make every stop to pick up divers and snorklers. It was a very large dive op but everything was organized. My wife and I didn't pick an ideal time for this dive as we caught the tail end of a tropical storm. The water was really choppy and visibility was not good. The crew did a good job and made sure everyone was safe. Some divers were pretty rusty. One couldn't control his buoyancy so he would bounce up and down and hit other divers. Another one overloaded his bcd on the second dive so a dive master had to drag him up after the shark feeding was over. Some put their masks in camera rinse tank and that was not cool.
We had a great time but I didn't give Stuart Cove's the 5* because of the followings
- The first dive was too short. It was about 30 minutes. I came up with 1300 psi. I know the shark feeding was the hightlight but the first dive was also good. I was I could stay down a little longer.
- Rinse bucket was small and there were about 20 divers. It was a 30 gallons trash can. Once the crew put their camera in there, there wasn't much room for anything else. If the shop took this many divers on a boat, there should be at least 2 rinse tanks for camera
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