We took a cruise to Bermuda because it was less expensive than flying and staying anywhere on the island (which we really would have preferred). I don't usually like to take the shore excursions the ship offers, so I googled the closest dive shop to Dockyard. Of course the day we ended up diving was the one really windy, rainy day but the staff is so completely competent and considerate that we had a great dive. I have to thank Trey, in particular. He was introduced as an "intern" and I'm not sure what that meant, but I couldn't have finished the dive without him. I ended up aggravating a spasm in my back (I probably shouldn't have gone diving in the first place, but I'm glad I did). Anyway, I couldn't reach down to take off my fins at the end of the dive, and before I knew it, Trey had them up on the back of the boat. He also noticed immediately when I declined to enter a swim through on the wreck, and made sure we met up right outside the exit point. My husband and I are also increasingly far-sighted and maybe the gauges they have are a little smaller than what we're used to, but once we explained the problem, Trey kept track without making us feel bad about our old age! (Yes, we're going to glue those little reading glass lenses into our masks for future dives.)
Everyone else on the staff was equally terrific. We sat out the second dive because of my back, so we got to talk to the owner for a while. He's clearly passionate about what he does, and we had absolute confidence in him. I hope Blue Water Divers experiences the success it deserves -- but I also hope they manage to retain their amazing personal touch. The boat was very spacious and comfortable, the gear was well maintained. We look forward to diving with them again (I feel like I need to redeem my diving "cred") because they were so supportive and helpful.
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