Established in May 2001, “TREASURE DIVERS” was set up to fill the needs of the Scuba Divers and Snorkelers staying in the resort village of Treasure Cay. The previous dive shop was run down and poorly operated, and in need of a major face lift. Left without a dive boat and properly working equipment, a new group of owners came in and made some necessary changes!
Today, Treasure Divers is a thriving operation with daily excursions to the wonderful reefs surrounding the Abaco chain of Islands. Our resort dive store has all the necessities required by any visitor or long-term resident. From dive and snorkel gear, to spear fishing and photography needs. We also carry a wide range of swimwear, board shorts, & rash guards to lots of hats and t-shirts. Even sweatshirts for the cold winter nights!
Our Dive boat, a 34 foot Crusader, custom designed for the comfort & safety of the diver & snorkeler in mind. NO diver is caught walking around our boat with his or her scuba gear on. Our trained and well-experienced staff will carry the equipment to the back of the boat for you, all you will need to do is, sit on the back of the boat and we’ll help you into your gear, help you stand up then one quick GIANT STRIDE into the crystal clear inviting water. After the dive, our deep-water ladder is very easy to board. You may do so with or without your gear.
Our boat is well equipped with all the proper safety gear, O2, DAN First Aid Gear Box, spare diving equipment, parts and supplies, sun tan lotion, drinking water, a cooler of ice, a clean electric head (toilet), fresh water shower, soft cushion seats and a satellite/CD stereo for your listening pleasure for our short runs to and from the dive sites. Once back from the trip, we have a fresh water rinse tub on the dock for easy cleaning of your gear. If you wish, we can store your equipment for the next day of diving.
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