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Island Scuba Puerto Rico from Ensenada Puerto Rico | Dive Center

Island Scuba PuertoRico is both a diving training organization and a diving trips tour operator. We are fully certified
by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI), the world’s
leading scuba diving training association.

We offer our customers the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking Wall Dive in Guanica and Parguera.
Submerge and enjoy a breathtaking underwater scenery and marine life in the
Caribbean, with a lot of spectacular dive sites, some of them just 12 minutes
from the dock. There is so much to see, that you can dive a different reef
everyday for two weeks and be amazed. Explore the most spectacular walls,
colorful and pristine reefs in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Island Scuba
provides a friendly professional service that offers spectacular Wall Diving,
take the challenge, dive one of the top dive sites of Puerto Rico and discover
the diver’s paradise.


IslandScuba - 11/13/2014 1:06 PM
Shark Dive in Puerto Rico
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Hello Buddy
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Underwater Photography for BeginnersLearn the basics of underwater photography
IslandScuba - 5/08/2013 11:04 AM
How to Properly Weight Yourself Before Your Scuba Dive

Finding Proper Trim
Greg - 5/08/2013 4:08 PM
Here is a calculator I created on DiveBuddy to get a rough estimate of what your weight should be:
IslandScuba - 5/09/2013 3:19 AM
Is a good start, I’m sure you take off more weights on the way.
Greg - 5/09/2013 6:14 AM
According to most divers that tested the calculator, its pretty accurate...usually only a couple pounds on the heavy side:
IslandScuba - 5/07/2013 12:07 PM
The Healthy Diver: 15 Tips for Avoiding Seasickness
Greg - 5/07/2013 2:57 PM
I normally expect to get sick on a long bumpy boat ride, so I just drink a BUNCH of water and eat a sandwich. Once the seasickness kicks in, I force myself to throw up over the side of the boat, and for the rest of the trip, I’m good!
Greg - 5/06/2013 9:23 AM
Thank you so much for joining DiveBuddy! There are only a couple dive shops listed on DiveBuddy from Puerto Rico, so your presence will be very helpful to our scuba divers. When you have time, be sure to check out our dive site section and add/update anything in your area. Let me know if you need anything.
IslandScuba - 5/06/2013 10:01 AM
It is pleasure for us to be joining Dive Buddy. will check the dive site section, we have about 40 dive sites and all very beautiful. thanks!