We have put together this FAQ to hopefully help you answer any questions you may have. If you don't find an answer to a question
please drop us an email and we will be happy to help!
Q: What types of payments do you accept?
A: We currently accept payments through PayPal or Cash.
Q: What equipment do you provide for diving?
A: We provide tanks and weights for all divers.
For those that need rental equipment we provide any needed equipment for $20 a day while diving with us.
Q: How warm is the water? Do I need to wear a wetsuit?
A: The ocean temperatures here range from 84f/28c to 86f/30c year round.
Most people find this quite comfortable to dive in with no exposure suit. But for those that find the water still a bit cold
we do have shorty 3mm wetsuits available.
Q: Do you have Nitrox?
A: Yes! We bank aproximately 5,000 cubic feet of Enriched Air Nitrox 32%
Q: What size tanks do you have available?
A: For recreational diving we have 63cf, 80cf and 100cf tanks available. Most
individuals utilize the 80cf tanks. For technical divers we have 40cf tanks and 19cf pony bottles.
Q: Do have someone helping with equipment?
A: Yes! Our boat staff and shore staff are always ready to help. Just
Let us know when you would like some assistance just let us know!
Q: What is your dive schedule?
A: Our typical dive schedule is a 2 tank dive in the morning. Upon request
we also will dive in the afternoon and evening.
Q: What is the size of your boat and how many people maximum?
A: Our boat is 24' long with enough room for 10 divers. We prefer to have
onboard 6-8 divers for comfort.
Q: Do you offer shore diving?
A: Yes! We are the only dive facility in the area that has a house reef
available for diving.
Q: Can I share a dive package I purchased with someone else?
A: Sorry no. All dive packages purchased are limited to one customer only.
Q: What is the best time of year for diving in Panama?
A: Panama as a whole is year round diving. Where we are located the best
time of year for diving is from March through July. After July we enter into the rainy season which depending on how much rain we
get it can limit the visibility.
Q: Do I need to know how to swim to learn how to scuba dive?
A: Yes, Swimming is an essential part of scuba diving, therefore part
of the certification procedure is to pass a swimming test. The ability to swim efficiently will bring you the most enjoyment
out your dives.
Q: What equipment do I need for certification?
A: We provide all necessary equipment for all non-professional level
certifications. You are welcome to bring any equipment you already have.
Q: I wear contacts will this be an issue?
A: Generally speaking, NO this is not an issue. During the course you
will be asked to flood and remove your mask. During this exercise simply keep your eyes closed.