Provo Turtle Divers

Art Pickering, the owner and main operator of Provo Turtle Divers, is the man who discovered scuba diving in Turks and Caicos to the rest of the world in the late 1960s, early 1970s. Not only that, but he personally named most of the dive sites that are frequented today. This dive center remains the oldest on the island, and certainly the one that is most trusted.

Offerings and Cost

Most of your dives with Provo Turtle Divers will take place at the Sandbore Channel, French Day, West Caicos, and Northwest Point, though exceptions can be made to accommodate skill level and preference.

The walk-in price for a one day, two tank dive adventure is $136, but you'll save when you book in advance. There are numerous packages available up through a 10 day package which is $1140(USD). If you want a whole different experience, give night diving a trip for $85(USD) a person.

Provo also offers a full list of PADI training courses beginning with the Resort course for $250, Open Water Certification with e-learning for $490, and Advanced Open Water for $480(USD).

What to Expect

Chucke's Mate is a 36 foot Newton Dive Special which is equipped with marine and dive safety equipment such as oxygen and first aid necessities.

For more information concerning diving in the Caribbean, including suggestions and helpful tips for both beginners and "pros" check out our exhaustive discussion of diving in the Caribbean.

Location and Contact Information

Provo Turtle Divers, on the premises of Turtle Cove Marina, lies on the island of Providenciales.

Location: Providenciales

Phone: (800) 833-1341

Secondary Phone: (649) 941-5296




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