Dive in Dutch Antilles

Diving packages in Dutch Antilles

CERTIFIED DIVER, 10 DIVES PACKAGE

There are more than 50 dive sites around St Martin/ Sint Maarten. On a morning two-tank scuba dive trip we aim to show you one reef and one wreck site. Typical depths of our morning dive sites for certified divers being 45 to 75 feet (16 - 25m). Each scuba dive lasts approximately 40 minutes, with a surface interval of approx 30 minutes between each dive - time to relax have a complimentary cool…

eLearning Open Water

Start Your PADI Scuba Education Online Whether you want to learn to scuba dive or are already a scuba diver who is looking for a flexible way to fit another dive course into your busy schedule, PADI’s online scuba programs are the way to go. You can get started immediately with the knowledge development portion of the course and work at your own pace using the PADI eLearning

8 Dives Package

Dive Trips from Philipsburg (2 Tanks AM, 1 Tank PM) (including all equipment) Octopus Diving SXM is the only dive shop located in Bobby’s Marina, just a few minutes walk from cruise ships. Better yet, take a water taxi to be dropped off at our shop doorstep! If you’re staying on Sint Maarten, Bobby’s Marina has convenient parking right out front. Spending time on a yacht? You can…

Advanced Open Water Diver

Why PADI Advanced Open Water Diver? After your five dives, you'll be more experienced, feel more comfortable in the water and simply enjoy diving more because you better understand the underwater environment.What will I do? This certification includes five Adventure Dives, including the Deep Adventure Dive, the Underwater Navigator Adventure Dive and three of the following: Underwater…

Discover Scuba Diver

Every afternoon at 2.00 PM Who should try this experience? Have you always wondered what it’s like to breathe underwater? If you want to try scuba diving, but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge into a certification course, Discover Scuba Diving is for you. PADI dive shops offer this program either in a pool, off a beach or from a dive boat. You can try scuba close to home or while…

Scuba Diving in Dutch Antilles

The Netherlands Antilles consist of two group of islands,  that while belonging to Holland administratively speaking, each island has its own local government.

The two island groups of which the Netherlands Antilles consists are:

- the "Leeward Islands": along with Aruba, they create the ABC islands: Bonaire and Curaçao.
         
- the "Windward Islands", composed of Saba, Saint Eustatius and Saint Maarten  (only the southern half of the island Saint Martin, as the northern half, Saint-Martin, is an overseas collectivity of France).

The island of Aruba  was part of the Netherlands Antilles until 1986, when it was granted status aparte, becoming yet another part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as a separate country within the kingdom.

In 2004, a commission of the governments of the Netherlands Antilles and the Netherlands reported on a future status for the Netherlands Antilles. The commission advised a revision of the Statute of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in order to dissolve the Netherlands Antilles.

The Netherlands Antilles are scheduled to be dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, so that the five constituent islands will each attain a new constitutional status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

You can find the information regarding Dive Centers of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao clicking on the following links: diving Aruba, diving Bonaire, and diving Curaçao.

Travel to Dutch Antilles

The Netherlands Antilles consist of two group of islands,  that while belonging to Holland administratively speaking, each island has its own local government.

The two island groups of which the Netherlands Antilles consists are:

- the "Leeward Islands": along with Aruba, they create the ABC islands: Bonaire and Curaçao.
         
- the "Windward Islands", composed of Saba, Saint Eustatius and Saint Maarten  (only the southern half of the island Saint Martin, as the northern half, Saint-Martin, is an overseas collectivity of France).

The island of Aruba  was part of the Netherlands Antilles until 1986, when it was granted status aparte, becoming yet another part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as a separate country within the kingdom.

In 2004, a commission of the governments of the Netherlands Antilles and the Netherlands reported on a future status for the Netherlands Antilles. The commission advised a revision of the Statute of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in order to dissolve the Netherlands Antilles.

The Netherlands Antilles are scheduled to be dissolved as a unified political entity on 10 October 2010, so that the five constituent islands will each attain a new constitutional status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

You can find the information regarding Dive Centers of Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao clicking on the following links: diving Aruba, diving Bonaire, and diving Curaçao.