Our daily morning excursion boards at 8:30 am and is a two-tank trip. The first tank is on either Joes Tug or the Cayman Salvager. The Cayman Salvager is a 180- foot steel Hulled buoy tender sunk as an artificial reef in 1985. Originally resting on her side, it was later righted by hurricane-force wave action and it is in 65 to 90 feet of water on a sandy bottom. Joes Tug is a 75-foot steel-hulled tugboat in depth of 65 feet resting in coral. It was sunk as an artificial reef in 1984. The second tank is on the living coral reef.
You are responsible to make sure you're medically qualified to participate in this activity. Below you will the medical guidelines & release forms that you will need to fill out when you arrive at the dive shop. No refunds will be given to those deemed medically unqualified. This is for your safety.Medical History Form
To be completed by all divers joining any of our training programs.Medical Guidelines & Doctor's Release Form
If you need to visit your physician to establish your eligibility for scuba activities, use this form as a guide for the exam and for your doctor to give you the OK.