Trimarine

Trimarine is a husband and wife team who live and sail aboard their boat, bringing guests from around the world along with them. Along with a number of other activities, they have a few staff member who specialize in scuba diving. Not only can they sail the boat to some of the area's most popular dive sites, but PADI certification is also available for newbies.

Cost and Offerings

There are at least two scuba instructors onboard at all times, so whether you're already qualified or need to participate in some training you're in good hands. There are over 100 dive sites Trimarine is familiar with throughout the islands, so each trip is a new experience.

Diving is included as a part of your charter for those who are already certified. If you are not, you can pay a bit extra for instruction with PADI trained instructors. The basic introductory course is $145, Open Water Certification is $300, and Advanced Open Water Certification is $150(USD).

What to Expect

Cuan Law is believed to be the largest Trimaran in the world. Constructed completely of welded aluminum, the boat if 105 feet long and 44 feet wide with 103 foot masts. From above, the boat looks like an island covered in snow. Dives don't take place directly from the boat. Instead, you'll utilize one of two 21 foot custom rigid hull inflatable boats made specifically for diving purposes.

To learn more concerning diving in the Caribbean, including interesting suggestions and tips for both "old pros" and beginners, check out this comprehensive Caribbean diving article.

Location and Contact Information

Trimarine is located near the center of downtown Road Town.

Location: Road Town, Tortola

Phone: (284) 494-2490

Secondary Phone: (284) 494-5774

Website: http://www.bvidiving.com/

Email: lammerlaw@surfbvi.com

 

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