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Stanley Submarines is the premier location in the world for the public to have access to the deep sea. It is the longest operating and deepest diving operation of it's kind. We have been in business since 1998 and take tours as deep as 2000 feet.
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It's one of those things like a BBC documentary, you half expect David Attenbourgh to be narrating over your shoulder.
It's great. It was worth the money to us. You get to do something that is akin to travelling into space. There is cool sea...More
As a boy I had many dreams.
Here I could live one of them.
Great piloting and informations by Tom.
When I watched the well organised site and closet of tools,
I saw, here are very serious people on work with big heart to her...More
My husband and I went on the Lophelia Reef dive a few weeks ago, and it was an absolutely amazing experience. We had been wanting to go on a submarine for many years, so when the moment finally came we could not have been more...More
It's a fantastic experience - one you shouldn't miss if you are heading to Honduras (or even nearby Belize or Guatemala). One of it's kind, this extremely cute submarine takes you through an unbelievable journey - the oceanic depths which aren't accessible to civilians -...More
I learned about RIDE and Stanley’s submarine from the book Deep, by James Nestor. While visiting roatan this week with some friends for a service project, I was so excited to swing by the go deep dock and meet the guys. Tom and Karl were...More
Originally tried to book this but Karl replied ( promptly) that unfortunately he was on vacation that week so the trip wasn’t available
To our delight , Karl got back to us a few days before we flew to Roatan and told us a spot...More
Date of experience: August 2018
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subkarl, Owner at Stanley Submarines, responded to this reviewResponded August 5, 2018
Mark and Mary-
I am sorry to hear my medical evacuation from the "jungle" ended up diminishing your dive. Feel free to pick a % that you think Tom being distracted by responding to my satellite messages asking for assistance diminished your trip and I...More
To go 1000 feet for 1.5 hours is $500 a person, to go 1500 feet for 2.5 hours is $700 a person, to go 2000 feet for 3.5 hours is $900 a person- Unfortunately the total weight limit is 440 pounds, so in your case you would... More
To go 1000 feet for 1.5 hours is $500 a person, to go 1500 feet for 2.5 hours is $700 a person, to go 2000 feet for 3.5 hours is $900 a person- Unfortunately the total weight limit is 440 pounds, so in your case you would have to go separately and pay for 2 seats, or find smaller people to go with. The flip side of that is often 3 small people can dive for the price of 2.
Response from AdventureUnlimited01 | Reviewed this property |
My husband went on this excursion down 2200 feet. I did not want to go and we preferred not to pay full price so the proprietor matched my husband with another solo but traveler allowing them to each pay a portion. The... More
My husband went on this excursion down 2200 feet. I did not want to go and we preferred not to pay full price so the proprietor matched my husband with another solo but traveler allowing them to each pay a portion. The biggest challenge was coordinating dates as we were on a cruise ship in port for just 8-9 hours!