Important information for divers not staying at Anse Chastanet Resort
Thank you for your interest in Scuba Saint Lucia for your island diving experience. We are located at the south end of Anse Chastanet beach and cater predominantly to divers staying at our resorts Anse Chastanet & Jade Mountain. Established in 1982, we offer some of the most experienced staff on the Island. Most of our instructors have logged well over 2,500 dives and in some cases more than 12,000 dives. We are a PADI 5 Star Dive Resort and also part of DAN Partners in Dive Safety. We accept recognized agency certification cards from all over the world.
All certified divers are asked to make their first dive from the shore on the beautiful Anse Chastanet reef where we take a few moments to check skills including mask removal and replacement and regulator recovery. We do this to ensure that all divers are comfortable in the water and are weighted properly to avoid any problems that might arise during a dive impacting your own and the enjoyment of others.
To dive with us, you would be need to make your own way to our scuba centre at the Anse Chastanet Resort which could be done via land or water taxi or by rental vehicle.
For non-resident certified divers we offer the following diving options:
We do ask you to arrive with us at least 30 minutes prior to your first dive to complete the standard waiver and to gear up. We do have Nitrox available for a modest additional fee. For your convenience you are welcome to store belongings and equipment in our locker room.
Please let us know if you have any other questions; I’ll be happy to assist. We do require advanced bookings which can be done via EMAIL. Payment will be made upon arrival at our Scuba Centre. Also, if you will have a rental vehicle let me know if you need driving directions
PLEASE NOTE: Certain medical conditions may preclude one from participating in diving activities. Review a copy of the DIVING MEDICAL FORM to ensure your fitness for diving prior to your arrival. If you have a known diving medical contraindication, we strongly suggest t hat you bring/ fax us a release from your physician prior to your arrival. The release must be from a dive medicine physician or have consulted with a dive medicine physician. We reserve the right to ref use diving to any person with a diving medical condition.