Dive Carib offers snorkelling, scuba diving, daily guided dives, and technical diving off the shores of Antigua, all with 5-star service. They will show you the delights of underwater Antigua, which has something for everyone: beautiful coral gardens, fantastic visibility, stunning walls, interesting wrecks, great conditions for beginners and warm water year-round!
From their location in Falmouth Harbour, they get you to the best Antigua dive sites with less travel time and more time in the water. Their fully equipped PADI-certified dive center offers the latest technology, Nitrox tanks and all you need to feel comfortable and competent underwater.
- Guided dives with PADI-certified Divemasters, with a maximum 8 divers per guide
- Custom dives from all points on the island, including 2-tank trips for experienced divers and 1-tank trips and snorkeling for beginning divers
- Courses ranging from those for beginners (SDI Open Water / PADI Open Water) to specialty courses such as night, navigation and wreck diving leading to advanced diver certification as well as technical course certifications
- Specialist diving services including customized courses, underwater exploration, underwater photography, and operation of a mobile scuba diving center
Dive Carib offers complete diving packages with personal friendly service and customizable packages to suit your needs.
These can include dive trips combined with visits to unique Antigua attractions such as Stingray City, the Pillars of Hercules, and Nelson’s Dockyard. You can spend a morning diving, and the afternoon on a beach or sightseeing. Dive Carib can pick you up at your hotel or villa for ease in getting around the island.
In addition, the facility offers an accommodation package with The Lodge, the National Sailing Academy accommodation.
They cater for casual divers, beginners, experienced and technical divers looking to dive or train with their team of Instructor Trainers having over 60 years of experience.
The team is led by Bryan Cunningham, a PADI IDC Staff Instructor, who formerly owned Sea Wolf Diving School in Montserrat and Antigua. He has trained over 1,000 students and has done over 10,000 dives.
His partner is Leigh Cunningham, a CMAS 3 star Instructor, TDI OC and CCR Cave diving Instructor, SDI Instructor Trainer, TDI Instructor Trainer, PSA, OC and CCR Instructor Trainer, IANTD advanced Trimix Instructor and DSAT Tec Trimix Instructor. He is also an experienced underwater photographer, and carried out the world’s deepest wreck dive in 2005.