*Required for divers
**Available for rent with prior arrangements
|______ ||MASK, FINS AND SNORKEL *
|______ ||SNORKEL VEST(For Snorkeling - Not required but recommended)
|______ ||BUOYANCY COMPENSATOR * **
|______ ||REGULATOR WITH SUBMERSIBLE PRESSURE GAUGE * **
(Rental regulators have octopus and pressure and depth gauges)
|______ ||DIVE WATCH OR COMPUTER *
|______ ||DEPTH GAUGE OR COMPUTER *
(Our rental regulators have depth gauges)
|______ ||WATERPROOF DIVE TABLES OR COMPUTER
|______ ||WETSUIT (Between fall and spring, a wetsuit is recommended)**
|______ ||DIVE LIGHT (Required for night dives) **
|______ ||CHEMICAL LIGHT STICK OR SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE
(Required for night dives, may be purchased on board)
|______ ||MOTION SICKNESS MEDICINE (Medication should be brought along in the event we encounter rough weather.)
|______ ||TOWELS (We provide three towels. If you would like more towels or a beach towel, you should bring them with you.)
|______|| DIVER'S CERTIFICATION CARD *
|______ ||MONEY (Money for the night ashore, souvenirs, $15 departure tax and crew tip, 15% is recommended and can be given to the Captain at the end of
|______||Island Hiking Shoes +
DIVING EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED: Tanks, weights and weightbelts.
EQUIPMENT TO LEAVE AT HOME: ILLEGAL DRUGS, SPEAR GUNS AND BANGSTICKS
(Spearfishing is allowed in the Bahamas only with a Hawaiian
sling or pole spear and NOT while using scuba, snorkeling only)
CLOTHING TO BRING: Space is limited and the islands we visit are very
casual. Several bathing suits, shorts, long pants, several t-shirts,
blouse/shirt and wind breaker all packed in soft luggage. Also deck
shoes, sandals, suntan lotion (non-oil) and sunglasses. In winter,
sweatshirts or sweaters are advisable. Personal items such as
aspirin, decongestants and shampoo.
The cell phone for the boat and crew is 242.357.7482.
The Exuma Cays offers many opportunities to go ashore and explore and
enjoy the uninhabited beaches. For these occasions, we highly recommend
proper footwear for these eco adventures. Flip flops are not suitable.
We suggest water shoes or TEVA type sandals. Sneakers are fine but they
might get wet!