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Dive Boat Sydney
Sydney's Premium Dive Boat
Our dive boat is powered by triple 300 horsepower engines and designed specifically for Sydney Scuba Divers. It provides quick and easy access to all the best dive sites south of Sydney harbour
Dive Boat Sydney
Our dive boat pickup for most dive sites is located only five minutes from the dive centre. Head south from the shop down Rocky Point Road to San Souci Park. The pickup will be at fisherman’s wharf at San Souci Park. There are plenty of parking spots available.
For dive sites - those deeper than 18 meters you will require Advanced certification. It is a requirement that all divers carry safety sausage. If you do not own one, you can purchase one at the time of booking or on the morning of the dive. The double scuba boat dive cost is $120, including Divemaster services and snacks. The divemaster is there to help all divers, but they are assisting up to 10 divers. A personal DM will be available for $199.
Note: The Dive Sites schedule is a guide of where we are planning to go and is in no way guaranteed.
Sharks DivesMagic Point is synonymous with shark diving in Sydney. The area is home of 3 species of sharks [..]
SeadragonsDragon's Lair is the home of the weedy Sea dragons. A chance for divers to see this iconic critter.[..]
Tech DivesFor those with the training and equipment to enter the realm of decompression diving. [..]
Boat CharterAvailable for charter for scientific work; government agencies & marine consulting businesses.[..]
The Best Boat Diving in Sydney: Tips and Tricks
If you're looking for boat diving in Sydney, look no further than our tips and tricks! Our experienced guides will take you to the best dive sites and help you get the most out of your boat diving experience. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced diver, we have something for everyone!
1. Choose the Right Dive Site
Making the right dive site selection in Sydney is critical to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Choose dive sites that fits your skill level but also encompasses features of interest that will further enhance your underwater experience!
2. Bring the Right Gear
Taking a boat dive requires having all of the right gear; for Sydney, this means bringing a 5-7mm wetsuit, fins, snorkel and mask, a properly calibrated regulator and dive computer, BCD plus weights and safety sausage. Make sure you are equipped with everything necessary before embarking on your unforgettable dive!
3. Consider Sea Sickness
If you are prone to seasickness, be sure to take precautionary measures ahead of time. Try an over-the-counter remedy or talk to your doctor about a prescription medication that can help.
4. Make Sure the Boat Is Well-Equipped
When you're choosing a boat for your dive, make sure that it is well-equipped with all the safety gear you need. This includes life jackets, emergency oxygen, AED and a first aid kit.
5. Listen Carefully to the Dive Briefing
Your dive master will give you a dive briefing before you get in the water. This is important, so you must listen carefully and follow all the safety guidelines they provide.
6. Be cautious of Marine Life
When diving, it is essential to be aware of the marine life in your environment. From sharks and whales to coral and sea turtles, the ocean is home to a wide variety of fascinating creatures. It’s important to remember that we are visitors in their homes and must respect them as such. Always follow the “look but do not touch” rule and keep a safe distance when possible.
7 . Rise Slowly to Avoid decompression sickness
As you rise to the surface after your dive, make sure that you do it slowly to avoid decompression sickness. This condition can occur when too much nitrogen is in your body and can be very dangerous. Ascend at the rate indicated on your computer and make a safety stop at 5 meters as indicated on your dive computer.
By following these tips, you can ensure that your boat diving experience in Sydney is safe and enjoyable! So don't forget to check out our guide
The Abyss Dive Boat - a dream come true for Sydney's boat diving enthusiast!
Crafted in the year 2020, The Abyss Project is a 12.5 meter-long ally collar Rigid-Hull Inflatable Boat is similar to those used by maritime rescue teams due to its incredible 900 horsepower engine and remarkable stability whilst moving at speed.
The Abyss diving boat is a step above all other boats in the marketplace. With its level of comfort, speed and convenience that you won't find anywhere else, your dive will be more enjoyable than ever before. Divers benefit from how quickly the Abyss Project covers the ground, making it possible to go for multiple dives or even get back home in time for lunch! To top it off - think hot showers on the back deck while out at sea-it's luxury like no other! If you're searching for an effortless yet indulgent diving experience then look no further; only with The Abyss Project can such pleasure truly exist.
With plenty of room for both divers and necessary gear, this boat has it all! Onboard facilities include a restroom with hot showers for added comfort. A dual ladder system makes boarding the boat easier than ever before. The covered seating area is spacious and comfortable, allowing you to relax after diving. Best of all - an experienced crew will be there to help when you need it most!
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