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MuttMutt Outdoors wrote a review Aug 2021
I was on RoyalCaribbean's Liberty of the Seas in October 2019. My wife had passed away and this was partially a trip to help clear my head and also to remember her as my next stop was Jamaica where she was from. After my wife passed away I went and became a certified SCUBA diver but my friend whom I was traveling with was not so instead of diving I opted to do SNUBA instead so my friend could tag along. She talked about how she loved to swim and would freedive some so I figured that this would be great for her. At first she planned to only go a couple feet under water but once we were out there she was on the bottom in no time. I was pretty much ignored during the "training" where they teach non divers to equalize and clear their mask among other things which was perfectly fine since I had been 70 feet under water the previous day and already had those skills and then some. After that we got geared up and hit the water. It was amazing to see what was right outside of the shops doors literally... A few feet of swimming and you come across a small reef and a shipwreck with a bunch of fish and whatnot. Throughout everything they were very professional and friendly. After talking with the guide a bit he suggested coming back for a week's stay and doing some dives together. Who knows if that will happen or not but I would gladly take someone who is not certified to dive along with on another SNUBA dive with them. Thank you very much. MuttMutt Outdoors…
Date of experience: October 2020
melbcruisingrn wrote a review Jul 2020
Tuckerton, New Jersey98 contributions37 helpful votes
The idea of standing on the ocean floor sounds really fun however wearing the helmet that weights over 5lb, ears popping and being entertained by the tour guide was way over priced for what it is! The helmet is extremely uncomfortable, we went snorkeling off the pier of a restaurant, swam, fed and saw more fish and sea life for free, then doing this excursion! For how much they are charging, they could include a picture to purchase. If you go, bring your own camera. The man who drove the boat said cruise lines stop them from allowing purchased photography. Really a tourist trap, but definitely an experience!…
Date of experience: March 2020
Mike S wrote a review Feb 2020
Chicago, Illinois4 contributions1 helpful vote
Great time with a great guide, Emile. He was very patient and went with our comfort level on the trip. Highly recommend if you’ve near used dive gear.
Date of experience: February 2020
Linda L wrote a review Jan 2020
Canyon Lake, Texas2 contributions1 helpful vote
Thank you to Tyler and his team for this adventure. They were very patient when a few of us were a bit nervous and slow moving down the ladder. Definitely worth it!!
Date of experience: January 2020
parsonia wrote a review Dec 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
It was one of the most extrodany excursions we did! We went 30 ft to bottom of ocean and saw amazing fish and coral. It was one of most favorite excursions we have ever done!
Date of experience: October 2019