Although the dive sights were beautiful...and the guys were very, very nice, I would have to use a different company next time. Two of the five of us had to buddy breath on the way up (two different sights). They did not run out of air, but were alarmingly close, so they were told to buddy breath. I understand that it is the diver's responsibility to ensure they have enough air, but one time the dive master even had to be reminded that a person was low on air. At 95 feet, 2 divers had to go it alone while buddy breathing. They had to ascend with no watch, so sort of had to guess as to the safety stop time. Now that I am home, and have done some research, it appears that divers REALLY need to be careful when in Belize - and realize that, just because you are diving with a dive master, it is very possible you may end up alone. I think, if we were seasoned divers this may be a good company to use - this was only a second and third dive for 3 of us. Belize is a great dive place...but be very careful when choosing who you want directing your dives.