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Caribbean Scuba Expeditions

Providing Unique Trips for Universities, Dive Facilities and Instructors

Our 7 or 14 day expeditions are all inclusive. Every dive is escorted by our Marine Biologist who takes the time to brief and debrief every diver. Each week has a 5 day science course, with 10 dives and a Caribbean BBQ. We provide multiple packages with several lodging options to suit your needs. Every diver has heard the phrase "educational dives" used in advertising, we have clearly redefined the meaning. Once only available to Professors and students, the expedition is now available to the public due to global demand. Each expedition has a limit of 8-12 divers personalizing the experience even further. No crowds allowed. You can expect to see animals like Giant Manta Rays, migratory Whale Sharks, Sea Turtles as well as the animals that populate the local reefs. Prime conditions can yield a 200’ visibility range and an incredible color spectrum. Some consider this the best diving on our side of the globe. We do.

Plans are nearly complete for a new Research facility and is expected to begin construction soon, only improving the experience. Respectfully, we cater to High Profile clients with the utmost confidentiality.

Please contact me for more information and


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KANEDIVE - 10/19/2013 4:00 PM
Pls send me more My wife manages a dive shop...
MantaReynolds - 9/23/2013 8:07 PM
Back in the States.... So Nice.
Greg - 9/24/2013 8:05 AM
Welcome back!
MantaReynolds - 9/23/2013 8:03 PM
I’ve been off the radar for a while now. Back! And in action! Hope everyone is well!

For the first time, I am going lobster diving, at midnight. Pacific coast style. Never been on this type of dive. Any advice?
Greg - 9/24/2013 8:05 AM
I would recommend adding this question to our Forum section, you’ll get more replies.
Greg - 12/07/2012 11:11 AM
How have you all been doing? Any great dive trips lately?
MantaReynolds - 3/26/2012 9:00 AM
Dive Buddies!


See the link below and make sure to mention my name. John Reynolds @ Eco Project Ltd.

We have a lot of work to do, and we need your help.

Greetings to all of you and come and see us!
MantaReynolds - 3/04/2012 2:56 PM
St. Lucia exploratory expedition... Tomorrow. Scouting for the right tour locations. Family oriented mindset. Looking at First and Second class accommodations that will fit the budget is on the schedule, as well. See you sooooon!
mbchiro - 4/06/2012 9:55 AM
Anse Chastenet?
MantaReynolds - 2/29/2012 8:47 PM
Dive Fans! We have expanded our reach! We are now offering trips to St. Lucia! Contact me for details. We are considering Barbados, but, we would like your feed back on that location!

I hope all of you are well, and may you have great diving adventures ahead!
MantaReynolds - 2/29/2012 5:33 PM
Another Great Season in the Makes! I am looking to book groups of 8-12 persons for either 7 or 14 day trips. Please contact me for pricing.

Our Service is the best and we are happy to have you!

GoAtlantis - 11/10/2011 10:26 AM

Thanks for the info - not sure about the ID tho, since the photo was taken last week in Roatan, Honduras. Have you ever heard of them being in the Caribbean? Now you’ve got me curious and I’m going to have to do some searching. I saw lots of other crabs in Roatan, but this one only once. There was another cool crab I saw at night that scooted along like a crab, then closed up tight like an armadillo, then buried itself in the sand.
Mypalnme - 9/30/2011 5:29 AM

Thank you so much for the information. I do know you need good lighting, and want to make sure you have your white balance right. But the right camera is the key to.

Yes shallow water is the key to great colorful pictures.Will be keeping an eye out for any of your new photo post, my accolades to all who took the great photos and hope to have mine look that good one day too. Keep them coming, and thank you for passing on the informatin.