I have been lucky enough to scuba dive in many tropical areas and experienced marine life at its best but nothing prepared me for the totally amazing experience of diving with large jacks, groupers and numerous angel fish (amongst others) which live in the Seabase pools. Ok so you won't have clear, pristine waters with amazing viz but being so close to the fish more than makes up for it. The $20 diving fee is totally worth it and pay the extra $5 to feed the fish and you won't be disappointed! If you can, get there early to watch the staff hand feed the sharks and stingray.
The facilities are very good and a real treat for hardy divers who usually only get to use cold water showers...Seabase has hot showers and they provide shampoo and conditioner and a special diving coat to warm you up if you are chilly. Linda and George who run Seabase are very customer orientated and will go out of their way to make sure you have a great day. Instructor Lynn is passionate about his work and can tell you everything about the aquatic life and knows all there is to know about the dive sites. The staff are really friendly and just put the icing on the cake for my visit.
One of the dive sites has a sunken boat (the stingray usually hides here) and a number of other interesting features for divers including a man made swim through (watch for the thermocline here). You can also drop down into the abyss for an 18m dive (very similar to diving a SET tank) where the water is definitely warmer and is a great place to practice skills or test kit.
All in all, I had an amazing time at Seabase and can't wait to visit Utah again. This will definitely be on my bucket list for my next visit!
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