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On the 6th of September the BVI's were hit by hurricane Irma, a huge storm that decimated the islands. Blue Water Divers suffered a huge amount of damage, we completely lost our storm at West End. At Nanny Cay we lost part of the roof on the dive...more
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Did a 2x tank dive with Megan and Kel to some of the refs around Norman Island. Both did a great job pointing out under water sea life (frog fish, Atlantic angel, turtles, etc). They also service and changed all the equipment, which was nice....More
Went diving with them in early Dec '18. When we got there we realized that in our excitement for our first ocean dive that we had left our C-Cards on the ship! Meg was able to pull our profiles up online and we had a...More
While sailing the BVI’s, my two daughters and I completed our 4 PADI open water certification dives. Booking and communications prior to the trip were great. On the first day our dive master, Kelsie, reached out over VHF to find our boat location off Norman...More
My husband and I were picked up from our boat and taken away for two dives with Megan. Having only dived a few times a few years back, I was a little nervous. Megan put me at ease straight away with her knowledge and reassuringly...More
Date of experience: January 2019
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Manager Blue Wa... D, Manager at Blue Water Divers, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review for us. Sounds like you had a flat day and managed to get out to Santa Monica Rock, and dived with the reef sharks that we have out there. So glad you had a...More
It was our lucky day when we booked a two tank dive trip with Blue Water Divers and ended up being the only 4 on the boat that morning and Megs of course and Megs is a rock star!!! Our friends who are new to...More
From the cruise ship it's a short taxi ride to Nanny Cay and Blue Water Divers. We had a great day on the boat and got back to the cruise ship with plenty of time to spare. Our dive with JP at Pelican Bay had...More
Meg and Abbey are a great team and we had the best time.
We dived Kelly’s Cove and Pelican Island.
Saw the largest lobster I’ve ever seen and 4 turtles along with all the school fish and a large Hogfish.
Thank you ladies for an...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Manager Blue Wa... D, Manager at Blue Water Divers, responded to this reviewResponded November 23, 2018
Thank you for taking to write the review. It was a pleasure diving with you. Until next time.
My husband and I had 10 fantastic dives with this company, Mike and Keith have done alot to get this business up and running after the hurricane. The divemasters, Kelsey and Abby, were excellent. There was plenty to see, one dive we saw 6 turtles,...More
After diving with Blue water for 4 months whilst in the BVI I honestly couldn't recommend them highly enough. Such a great staff team who make everyone feel welcome paired with awesome diving. As a DM who turned up wanting to go diving i've felt...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Manager Blue Wa... D, Manager at Blue Water Divers, responded to this reviewResponded October 26, 2018
Thanks for taking the time to write a review for us. It was a pleasure diving with you, we hope to see you again some time in the future
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This is a very difficult question to answer. If you prefer the water to be warmer then April through to October, but the water also tends to be clearer when the water is colder. November through to March we can have the... More
This is a very difficult question to answer. If you prefer the water to be warmer then April through to October, but the water also tends to be clearer when the water is colder. November through to March we can have the Christmas winds, so the water can be rough, but now we are in May and we have had two weeks of winds! September is the time the water can be the calmest but then you have the chance of hurricanes. But whenever you come we can offer you some great dives, if it's a windy day we find some calm dive sites for you and the marine life is always there regardless of the surface conditions.