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Our Scuba Dive Trips in the Florida Gulf
Unless you enjoy slowly making your way out to dive spots on a cattle-boat cramped with 10-30 strangers surrounded in a fog of diesel fumes, it’s time you give our 2 Tank Scuba Dive a try! From the moment you book until the time you return to the dock, we strive to excel in every area.
We believe your Clearwater, FL dive trip is not just the time spent underwater. We get to know our divers so the experience brings you back. With our captains at the helm, you cruise your way into to the Gulf of Mexico with only a select few other divers. Relax in a marine bean bag chair as you share past underwater experiences with a few new dive buddies. Once at anchor, dive in to see the plentiful life, including turtles, tangs, butterflies, queen angels, eagle rays, goliath grouper, and schools of amberjack.
Home to one of the country’s largest artificial reef programs, our dive sites in the Gulf hold an assortment of life that make every dive exciting. It’s not uncommon to be joined by pods of playful dolphins or better yet, three enormous whale sharks passing by. Book your Florida diving charter now!
- What's Provided
- Rods and reels
- Water and soda
- Camera provided for that special shot
- Filleting services back at the dock
- What We Recommend You Bring
- Hat or other head covering
- Food to last the trip
- Layered clothing for unpredictable weather
- Personal rod and reel, if you’d like
- A cooler for your take home catch
- Specific drinks, if you have a favorite
- We ask that you leave at home: unnecessary valuables, anything with an internal GPS and bananas.
- We also ask that all cell phones be stowed once we leave the dock.
Our address is 198 Seminole St, Clearwater 33755. When you pull in proceed all the way to the end. You will see Boat Ramps on your left and a grey Bait building on your right just after KSK marina. Right as you pass the grey Bait shop, on your right you will see a long fence. Park in front of it and you can load your gear and bring it inside the gate. This is our meet spot. We will bring the boat around to the floating dock here. If you are renting gear or tanks we will bring them over with us. You will need to get a parking pass from inside the Bait shop or at the pay station. They are 6$ and you can pay cash or use a credit card. You can park anywhere in that parking lot that specifies cars without trailers.