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Stuart Cove's Bubble Sub Excursion

Duration: Half Day

stuart cove's bubble sub excursion

Snorkeling is one of the best ways to experience the stunning beauty of the Bahamian reefs, which are teeming with colourful, diverse marine life. Over 700 islands make up this tropical archipelago in the Caribbean, many of which are protected by reefs. There are plenty of snorkeling options available during your holiday in the Bahamas, but some of the best dive sites can be found off the coast of Nassau on New Providence Island.

Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas is one of Nassau’s leading dive resorts, offering snorkelling trips for both new and experienced divers. The company offers a number of exciting diving tours for everyone to experience, whatever your age and experience, and you can rest assured knowing that you will be in safe hands.

This particular tour offers a unique way to explore the Bahamas’ beautiful underwater world – via a personal SUB unit (Scenic Underwater Bubbles). Imagine cycling on a bike underwater, with your head inside a bubble to keep it perfectly dry throughout the trip. This is what the experience is like, only much more exciting! You will have full control over a small battery operated engine, as well as the steering, and fresh air is supplied by scuba equipment on board the SUB. You will be attached by a control line, so your ascent and descent will be controlled by the safety divers looking after you. The beauty of this trip is that you don’t even have to be able to swim, and you can breathe normally through your nose and mouth as snorkel tubes are not needed. All you will be doing is driving an underwater motorcycle above the sea bed, descending to a depth of about 20 feet. You can even capture the memories with an underwater camera!

The Bahamas is renowned for having some of the best snorkelling sites in the world, offering breathtaking underwater seascapes and an abundance of tropical marine life. Ride around the stunning coral reefs and underwater gardens off the coast of Nassau, where you will find yourself submerged in clear turquoise waters, exploring an awe-inspiring giant aquarium. Float alongside schools of colourful tropical fish, spiny lobsters, eagle rays, Nassau Groupers, which are considered as the “national fish” of the Bahamas, and other incredible marine species.

This trip is one of the most exciting underwater adventures that you will ever experience.

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