Scuba Diving Near Malmok

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Malmok is a great destination for the experienced diver who has a few dives under his belt and is ready to get right to diving.  Malmok Beach in particular offers easy access, and as a shore dive, no boat is needed.  Just swim out to the dive point and head down to see the shallow reef. 

You'll find two dive operators and at least 6 different dive sites to choose from.

Dive Operators

Red Sail Sports Diving

If you're ready to dive, you should consider Red Sail Sports Diving. Experts in all things watersports on the island of Aruba, Red Sail Sports specializes in diving. Whether you're in need of certification, equipment, or a few hours under the sea, Red Sail can make it happen for you. They are located in Palm Beach, 2.1 mi. South of central Malmok.

Another good option is Aruba Watersports Center Diving. Learn to dive before you go - Sign up for PADI eLearning with the Aruba Watersports Center! The Center offers a number of courses that allow you to expand your knowledge, skills and qualification level as a diver. You can reach them at (297) 586-6613.

Take a moment to read this table for a list of dive service operators.

Dive Operators Near Malmok
Name Phone Location
Aruba Watersports Center Diving (297) 586-6613 2.1 mi. South of Central Malmok
Red Sail Sports Diving (305) 454-2538 2.1 mi. South of Central Malmok

Dive Sites

The table below provides you with some information regarding some of the area's major dive sites.

Dive Sites Near Malmok
Name Quality Experience Max Depth Latitude Longitude
Antilla Very Good Open Water / CMAS * 60.0 12.6016579438 -70.0593990275
Arashi Beach -- All Divers 40.0 12.6095273525 -70.057861805
Blue Reef -- -- 70.0 12.5970159043 -70.0576925272
Californian -- -- -- 12.6249430176 -70.0472110698
Cudarebo Rocks -- -- -- 12.6212577513 -70.065063853
Debbie II -- -- 70.0 12.5959269611 -70.0573921204

For more information about diving, including useful tips and suggestions skilled divers as well as beginners, read this exhaustive discussion of scuba diving in the Caribbean.

 

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