I enjoyed my diving 2 tank dive. With only 4 other people it was a nice dive with only a couple of minor issues.
We started off from the beach with us the divers, helping load the boat. Rincon needs their Marina reopened! Without a marina it keeps Taino from offering the normal service level I am use too. Being able to recognize this I was able to get over the inconveniences. The first dive was lead by the owner (Carson). It was enjoyable and fun. It was to windy for Desecheo Island, so we were just off shore in calmer waters. The second dive was not as fun, Carson stayed on the boat and he let one of his staff lead the dive. The leader was also teaching a student for her open water cert. The dive started off nice, but soon the teacher and student were heading up for the boat (out of air?). I was left with 2100 psi and told to stay around the boat. Since I didn't set up an official "buddy" I didn't feel like wondering off too far. Being left with nothing to explore and over half my air it felt like a wasted dive. I also didn't feel to comfortable with the gear. As a tourist diver I like the Integrated BC with weights system and having to wear a weight belt sucked. The regulators were ok, but trusting them is something that is critical and if I was to ever dive with these guys again I would bring my own.
I also really like some fresh water to clean gear and maybe a rinse on the boat after the dives, but again with no marina they have no way of filling a holding tank for that.
Again overall I had a good time, they have two small boats and keep the operation small.
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