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Ouanalao Dive

Ouanalao Dive

Canoe, Paddle, Scuba diving, Snorkeling, Water Sports

Discover the underwater beauties of the island Born on the island, Turenne and his team invite you to discover the richness of St Barth's underwater ecosystems. Equipped with a fast, comfortable boat suited for these activities, the Ouanalao Dive team prioritizes quality service in a friendly atmosphere by forming small groups. Open year-round, Ouanalao Dive dive center offers scuba diving and snorkeling outings, both in groups and private. Dives are mainly organized in the natural reserve around the islets near St Barth, on various sites, some of which are accessible to snorkelers.   For discovery dives: Beginners can dive alone with an instructor at a maximum depth of 20 feet. Starting from 8 years old.   For exploration dives: Divers with SSI, FFESSM, CMAS, PADI, or other certifications will be supervised by an instructor (4 certified divers per instructor), for an immersion of about 50 minutes.   For aspiring divers: Ouanalao Dive center is affiliated with SSI (Scuba School International), FFESSM (French Federation for Underwater Studies and Sports), CMAS (World Confederation of Underwater Activities). Opportunities to start training or perfect your skills and knowledge. Dive departures can be from Gustavia (Quai de l'hôtel de la collectivité) or Grand Cul de Sac Lagoon (at Ti Corail restaurant), depending on weather conditions. You will be supervised by certified, passionate, and equally experienced instructors.   Private services: Opportunity to privatize the boat for diving and/or snorkeling. Sunset dive outing: Possibility to extend the outing until sunset with drinks and appetizers (Departure at 3 PM). Private instructor: for a gentle return, your training, or a privileged approach to the environment.   Rental: Stand Up Paddle, Transparent Kayak, Fins, Mask, and Snorkel We offer for rent from Ti-Corail restaurant, Fins, Masks and Snorkels, Stand Up Paddles, or Transparent Kayaks to navigate the calm and shallow waters of the Grand Cul de Sac lagoon to meet rays, turtles, seashells, multicolored fish, or baby sharks.

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