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Aruba Red Sail Sports One or Two Tank Scuba Dive

Highlights
  • Scuba Dive in one of the most beautiful locations - Aruba!
  • Choose from one or two tank options
  • Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off included
Aruba Red Sail Sports One or Two Tank Scuba Dive
From US$30.00
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Two Tank Dive at 9:00am.
From US$84.89
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One Tank
One Tank Dive at 2:30pm. Sunday at 1:00pm
From US$53.83
Overview

Dive Aruba’s wrecks and reefs on a one- or two-tank scuba dive with Red Sail Sports to some of the island’s most scenic spots. Take a boat to off-shore dive sites then watch for butterflyfish and damselfish as you navigate the warm Caribbean water. Float over bright coral and waving fans, and explore unspoiled marine habitat that shelters rays, eels and barracuda. 

What to Expect

Aruba's waters are rich in exotic marine life, including stingrays, moray eels, manta rays, barracudas and yellow tail. A large, shallow sand plateau surrounds Aruba making boat travel the most convenient method of reaching the off-shore reefs. Interesting coral formations are found from shallow water depths of 20 to 100 feet, with little or no current and flat surface conditions.
As a certified diver, you know how to et up your own equipment and know how to maintain a safe environment for yourself and other divers on the boat. Please adhere to this at all times. Your dive will be guided by a Red Sail dive master. 

We work with a dive schedule, contact Red Sail directly for the different dive locations. Dive sites are subject to change due to sea conditions or other circumstances. 

You have to be a certified diver to go on this tour and you need to have done a dive within 2 years prior to this booked dive. We ask for proof of certification on the pier, please present your certification card to us. 

Please Note:

  • Junior divers (ages 10 and 11 yrs. old) are not allowed on the 2-tank AM dives, as they are limited to a 40-foot depth. They are welcome on the afternoon 1-tank dive
  • Divers must bring their certification
Reviews (31)
1 - 5 of 29 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Diving - Relaxed

Captain Osmar and his crew were great and did everything o make the boat trip to the dive sites a great experience. The dive boat was well set up with plenty of tanks and had both hard and labeled soft weights. Our dive master, Pauline...More

Thank marcdill
Reviewed 6 October 2018
Nasty Captains and Lazy Crew

In my 2 1/2 years of diving (11 resorts) I have never come across a bad crew. At Red Sail the captains are nasty and crew is lazy. They never touch or help you with your heavy gear. I asked for help coming out of...More

Thank 679doug
Reviewed 7 September 2018 via mobile
Great Dive Team

Will definitly book with Red Sail Sports next time in Aruba. Mike and Lisa were both very skilled and extremly helpful. We are new to diving and we felt very secure and they even took the time to help us with our techniques and improve...More

Thank Kelly N
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile
Not enough bottom time w/this outfit

I booked a two tank dive through our cruise ship. I have done that a lot with Carnival Cruises. In the past it was only a handful of divers per excursion. This time there was a whopping 22 divers on our dive boat. They divided...More

Thank JLowry3402
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile
Ask for Pauline

I can't say enough about Pauline. Our girls got certified the days inmediately before our dive with her and this was their first "certified" dive. She was extremely professional, calming, and detailed in her briefing, putting our girls at ease. During the dive, she contended...More

1  Thank stacynkev
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Danielle T
21 May 2018|
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Will you pick up from the carnival cruise ship port?
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