As a frequent visitor to Roatan, I had often seen the submarine when I went into West End. I finally had the opportunity to take the tour. As a scuba diver, I have certainly wondered what is beyond normal diving depths. When we got to the dock, as the final preparations were made and the sub ballast was set, we looked at Karl's book showing how (and in some cases, why) he designed and built the submarine. What a dream to see come to fruition.
Once settled in to the sub, we headed out to the wall which runs very close to Half Moon Bay in Roatan. Karl has everything set to view, the depth gauge and the outside water temperature gauge and the viewing ports make the whole trip fantastic. His commentary helps as he describes various points of interest and creatures.
We saw creatures that we have only seen in pictures as we dove to 1,000 ft. and returned to the dock. Speaking of pictures, Karl does help to make sure that your pictures are the best.
If you get to Roatan, this trip is most definitely worth the "price of admission"! I can't wait to try the 2,000 ft. dive.
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