A dive and watersports center which focuses on eco-friendly sports, Big Blue Unlimited strives to get every visitor in the water without destroying the environment for future adventurers.
Big Blue Unlimited offers a number of trips throughout the islands on a daily basis, so depending on conditions and your preferences, there are several different underwater worlds to explore.
Training in diving, kite boarding, paddle boarding, and kayaking are additionally available, along with activities such as snorkeling trips, out island adventures, and private charters aboard "Addenda", their luxury 40' Hinckley.
One tank dive trips start at $110 (USD) plus a $15 equipment rental. For a two tank dive, the cost is $195 plus a $25 equipment rental fee. The Discover Scuba course starts at $300 per person with a maximum of 4 divers per instructor.
There are numerous boats in Big Blue's fleet, and three of them are used regularly for diving. Live and Direct is a 40' Bellecraft Marine power catamaran which has a sundeck and can seat nine divers. Yes I is a 26' Glacier Bay with dual hulls and shallow drafts tailored to local waters which seats four divers, and finally, there is Rocking Time, a 24' World Cat which is for private, two passenger dives.
To learn more concerning diving in the Caribbean, including interesting suggestions and tips for both experienced divers and newcomers to the sport, check out our exhaustive discussion of diving in the Caribbean.
Set on the eastern part of the island of Providenciales, Big Blue Unlimited is on the premises of, and serves travelers who'd like to dive during their vacation on this part of the island. It's northeast of Grace Bay.
Phone: (649) 946-5034
Secondary Phone: (649) 231-6455
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