• St. Eustatius (Statia)

St. Eustatius (Statia)

SOME OF THE BEST DIVING IN THE CARIBBEAN AWAITS!!

 

Waters around St. Eustatius are some of the most pristine in the Caribbean. Diving is diverse with several unique habitats including walls, historical wrecks, patch reefs, macro dive sites, lava flows, boulder slides, and rock outcroppings. ... With so many habitats, there is plenty for divers to discover!

When: Saturday, June 25, 2022 - Saturday, July 2, 2022
Location: Old Gin House - Scubaqua Dive Center
  • Diver - Single Occupancy - $2301
  • Diver - Double Occupancy - $1769
  • Non-Diver - Double Occupancy - $1328
Includes:
 • 7 nights’ accommodations (includes 7th night free)
 • Welcome cocktail
 • Free WiFi at hotel and dive shop
 • Breakfast daily
 • Use of kayak
 • Airport transfers
 • Hotel taxes
 
 Diver rate also includes:
 • 10 dives (5 days x 2-tanks)
 • Free nitrox for nitrox certified divers
 • Tanks and weights
 
 Groups add 6 day lunch and 7 night 3 course dinner plan for $474 additional. This is a dine around plan – it includes meals at several locations around the island not all onsite at the hotel – very cool and again highly recommended due to the nature of the island.
 
 $30 per diver marine park fee not included
 $15USD departure tax paid at airport
 Airfare is additional
 
 1 night dive (recommended!) $75 additional
 2 x 1-tank afternoon boat dives for $53 per tank per person
 
Starting from
$1,769.00

Availability: In Stock

St. Eustatius, also known locally at Statia, is an island in the Caribbean. Waters around St. Eustatius are some of the most pristine in the Caribbean. Diving is diverse with several unique habitats including walls, historical wrecks, patch reefs, macro dive sites, lava flows, boulder slides, and rock outcroppings. Among scuba divers, Statia's diving is regarded as some of the best in the Caribbean. Protected as the Statia Marine Park since 1996, the waters are inhabited by a host of underwater creatures from sea horses to giant octopuses, stingrays, barracudas, coral, lobster and tropical fish.

There are several underwater archaeological sites - most of these are ancient ships covered in coral. However, there is one other type of site called the ‘Blue Bead Hole.’ The blue beads hold historical importance in St. Eustatius. They were used as a reward for slaves in the 17th century.

Most recent video of Diving with Scubaqua in Statia:

Diving with ScubAqua in Statia

 

Check out this cool rare find:  Sport Diver feature of Blue Bead Fever!

With so many habitats, there is plenty for divers to discover. Lava flows and outcroppings make for interesting underwater panoramas. You won’t be bored in St. Eustatius.

 

If you need more information or have any questions, please contact the shop at 717-836-7699 or e-mail us at, info@westshorescuba.com.

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