We wanted to share some details from the last few trips we have run. In November we took some holdovers from a canceled April trip to the Bahamas. A negative Covid test was required to get into the Bahamas. Once there you had to stay on the boat (it was a Blackbeards liveaboard). Some of the crew wore masks, some didn't. It was more up to you and level of comfort. We had a second group earlier this month. You still needed the negative test to get in. You uploaded the results to a webpage and had to opt in for a $60 insurance policy that would cover your stay if you tested postive while there. You also needed a negative test to get back home. This is not that big of an issue. Most other countries have required these so both the Read more about Bahamas and Cozumel Reports
Sooo, anything interesting happen this year?? That's the understatement of the year!! To answer a few question-Yes, we are still open. The Holladay shop opens at noon instead of 9am and Saturday is only 12-4pm. We are doing all the "new normal" cleaning and disinfecting that you would expect. Both in the shop and with the gear. We are running classes. This March-May was a harsh reminder of just how closely tied to travel our business is. If ya'll ain't traveling, ya'll ain't diving (that much). We have been pleasantly surprised that we have as many classes as we do when travel is just starting to open back up. I know some people are just plan bored, others are doing classes because other summer plans got cancelled. We are happ Read more about Diving in the age of COVID
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