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Hartley's Undersea Walk

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12 Rockywold Road, Bermuda
+1 866-836-3989
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Hartley Helmet Diving in Bermuda
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Shallow water helmet diving tours were first started, world wide, by Bronson Hartley in 1947. His youngest son, Greg follows in the original fish whisperer's foot steps, by conducting undersea walks departing from Dockyard in Bermuda.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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12 Rockywold Road, Bermuda
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Captain Greg Hartley was fantastic. Very organized and took good care of our group of 8. The teenagers in our group are still talking about him. We did an 1hr plus dive which was incredible. Felt like we were dropped into a fish tank. The...More

Thank gowithgab
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thanks 110508 for the wonderful review. 5 stars are nice. I hope it was not too obvious that we were making attempts to add value to your charter to give you more than you thought you had paid for. On Tuesday I finally got around...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

This was truly an amazing experience. It was a little crowded and we felt a bit rushed because so many people were on the boat, but once we got out to the reef, it was a little more relaxed. This is one of the experiences...More

Thank lagallion
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Thanks so much Lagallion for giving us a 5 star review on a day we had more people than expected. It is very easy to give people value for money and a great time when there are fewer people. That is why I like it...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had an amazing time in our trip with Greg. I'm not a good swimmer and frankly a bit scared of being out of my depth but this trip helped me to push my boundaries and experience a truly exhilarating time interacting with the fish...More

Thank GwynneHarrison
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks Gwynne for the 5 star review and the ideas on your review really sum up what we see as our end in mind.... To create value in your experience by having wild and free fish come right up to you for photo ops and...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a fantastic trip. 1 hour or so boat trip out to their area and then 1 hour or so of diving depending on how many in your group. The ages on our boat ranged from 4 to late 70s and everyone was able...More

1  Thank Marc J
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks Marc for taking the time to compose a review and give 5 stars. Our divers today did no fish hugging. Leroy got one text, saying the water is now over 80 and an email saying it was the second day after the full moon....More

Reviewed 1 week ago

I had read great reviews on TA about this and decided to do it with two teens while being docked for a cruise. It is 50 steps from the dock at King's Wharf. Greg, owner and captain, is one of a kind in the best...More

Thank Steve S
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks Steve, not only for the 5 star review, but also calling me guide/guru. I have looked at the word and it means dispeller of darkness. Gu meaning darkness or ignorance and Ru meaning light. It is my desire to have an abundance of light...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We went as a family - mom, dad and two sons - while we were in Bermuda on a cruise last week. I'm not a strong swimmer, but you don't need too much in the way of swiming skills for this. Greg is amazing -...More

Thank kdbax
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks Mom AKA kdbax, We know it is the Moms that do the follow up on this. Thanks for the 5 star review and your succinct points. You mentioned having done snorkeling. This is so much easier because A. You need no swimming skills. B....More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This trip was not offered by the cruise ship but it should be. The best thing we did in Bermuda. Totally worth it. We touched a moray eel and held a 3 foot fish. We stopped the boat and this guy went out and called...More

Thank Brian F
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks Brian for having such a good time, and for expressing your positive opinion in print. On the brochure it says stuff about Dr. Dolittle/Tarzan will show you undersea creatures...etc. I wanted to say Aqua Man, abut my wife said that was over the top,...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We enjoyed our first experience with Greg Hartley's Undersea Walk that we had to do it again on our most recent visit to Bermuda (last week), and it was even better than the first. Greg even took my GoPro, secured it on a rod, and...More

Thank PJBlackstone
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks PJ for not only the 5 star review, but also for giving us another go. I hope to have a new hogfish by your next visit. I hope you got some good footage. If you put it on Youtube, you can send me the...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Read the reviews and they were right: a once in a lifetime sort of thing! The helmet offers a LOT of space (meaning I didn't feel claustrophobic) and the experience was incredibly easy. I DEFINITELY felt that I received excellent value for my money. We...More

Thank perc99
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for such an enthusiastic review. It may go against TripAdvisor policy. I know you can get a bad review flushed if the reviewer makes personal comments about a person, instead of complaints about what was, or was not done. You have made quite a...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

HIGHLY RECOMMEND! This was an amazing experience that I will never forget. Who knew you could train FISH? Seriously - they are trained and you will never forget the experience. If you arrive at the Royal Naval Dockyards via a cruise ship you can easily...More

Thank SMGleb
Greg H, Owner at Hartley's Undersea Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks SMG for such a positive and reassuring review. The less people on the boat the easier it is to give them a great time and value for money. That you were on a trip with three dives and still had a great time, makes...More

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Kawxyz10
March 30, 2017|
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Response from Greg H | Property representative |
If you choose to have images of your experience underwater, all you have to do is smile....some extra money is required as well! I take special photos of you actually holding the fish or them posing in your photo. The photos... More
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Tom P
March 26, 2017|
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Response from Greg H | Property representative |
Hi! Tom P, the water is never too cold for diving. When we start up (beginning of April), the water is right around 70, which is OK when wearing a wetsuit. By around June 15 the water will be around 80 and we will not be... More
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CEEZ R
February 16, 2017|
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Response from NYAutumn72 | Reviewed this property |
It takes 3 to 4 hours depending on how many people are on board. You go under in groups so there is some waiting while the other groups are under water.
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