We were lured to the Seascape by wide open beaches and the promise of diving in beautiful blue waters as shown on their web site. We made it very clear in our emails that we were coming to dive and relax on the beach. We arrived to find out the dive master’s boat had been broken down for months and the dive master had recently had surgery and was not sure if he could even take us out. We did dive one day off of a fishing boat with leaky regulators, BC’s in need of repair, and a grumpy dive master. It’s hard to say what the worst feature of the Seascape is. Is it the noseeums that ravaged us in the dining room/bar the first night of our stay that left welts for the remainder of our trip? Maybe the dirty beach with water that ranges from 2 to 5 feet deep for at least 100 yards off shore? How about the junk bicycles (all in need of repair) supplied as the only form of transportation? We really want to thank Micki and Joan for their lack of interest in us as guests and the minimal amount of time they spent showing us good places to snorkel. The Seascape is the next best thing to camping in the jungle.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Five beachfront cabanas with decks and private bath. Full service restaurant and bar. Activities include snorkeling, biking and kayaking. Owner managed. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seascape Inn, Andros Bahamas