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salt and pepper

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salt and pepper

Hello from New Hampshire! My husband and I will be in Roatan for a day on a cruise ship stop this upcoming February. I have been been on the Salt N'Pepper site and they offer an introductory dive adventure (up to 60' with a guide) that also includes a Caribbean lobster lunch and cruise ship pick up/drop off for $85.00 Has anyone used this company for snorkeling, diving, beach BBQ day etc.? Please advise as to whether they are a good company and your experience with them. Thanks alot!

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Bonnie, I would re read whatever it is you saw. I am sure that no one on the Island wants to mislead but If this is an Intro to scuba type thing then PADI Standards say it must not be deeper than 40 feet, and a maximum ratio of students to Instructors with "Certified" assistants being 6-1, Ask to see proof of being a certified asistant IE: divemaster or Assistant instructor, or other instructor. You make the call, these are PADI standards, if someone is offering a Padi program that goes deeper than 40 feet then they are breaking the standards by going deeper. Scuba is a very easy thing to do, until something goes wrong. The time to consider these things isn't after a loved one has been hurt or worse, Thats why the standards are in place. I beleive all other agencies have similar rules

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2. Re: salt and pepper

Frankly, I'm against the intro to scuba. As RoatanBob said, scuba is a relatively safe sport, but that is after one had been properly trained and applies that training. Also, he is perfectly correct about the depth.

Go snorkelling down at West Bay. Lovely.

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