Explore the World with East Coast Divers

We have experienced travel leaders on staff as well as international connections to ensure a smooth trip. We take care of all of the planning ahead of time so you can relax and enjoy the diving.  Our leaders prepare activities and events throughout the trip – in addition to the diving  – that you’re welcome to join in on (or you can just relax on the beach with a mojito… the world is your oyster).
Many of our Trips include either free or heavily discounted specialty courses.  You’ll have the opportunity to learn new diving techniques while exploring a beautiful part of the world!
All of our trips are guided by an experienced dive leader that will help you throughout the dive! Our Dive leaders are all certified SSI instructors and can help you along the way.
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Explore our upcoming trips!

North Carolina Wreck Trek

May 25th – May 28th

The 2017 North Carolina’s Wreck Trek is our fifth annual trip to see the sharks and wrecks of the outer banks of North Carolina. The outer banks are home to a wealth of artificial wreaths, sand tiger sharks and clear blue seas! This trip consists of three full days of diving and is friendly for both recreational and tech divers!

*Divers are required to hold an advanced certification or above, if you’re not sure of your certification level, or want to build up some experience before going, let us know – we’re here to help!

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Grand Cayman Freediving excursion

April 29th- May 6th 2017

Grand Cayman is the largest of the Cayman Islands, the British Caribbean territory. George Town, its capital, is home to the Cayman Islands National Museum, dedicated to Caymanian heritage, and the ruins of colonial-era Fort George. At the island’s center is the Mastic Reserve and Trail, a footpath through old-growth forest, sheltering a wide variety of native plants and animals.

About St. Lucia

March 18th – 25th 2017

“The Anse Chastanet reef starts just 10 yards beyond the water’s edge. The reef’s remarkable ecosystem offers an amazing profusion of unusual tropical marine life, in 20 to 140 feet of calm, clear water. Anse Chastanet Reef which is home to more than 150 different species of fish makes for an amazing dive day or night. In the shallow areas be sure to keep your eyes open for peacock flounders, octopus, needle fish and turtles. Or drop down a little deeper over dense coral growth to see puffers, moray eels, parrot fish, lobsters and even sea horses. A unique dive site for all abilities and especially good for macro photography”

-Taken for Anse Chastanet website 

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About Maldives Live aboard

March 17th – 28th 2018

The Maldives is one of the top all-around dive destinations on the planet. Drift over channels, linger over pinnacles or drop-offs, explore valleys of soft corals and gardens of hard corals crowded with fish. Marine life includes but not limited to tropicals to pelagics, morays, mantas, turtles, octopus, sharks, whale sharks and large schools of fish. Encounters with 10,000 to 100,000 schooling fish or a dozen eagle rays are not uncommon.

About Roatan

 February 3-10, 2018

Come join us for an amazing, affordable trip to Roatan, the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands. Roatan has a unique mix of Caribbean and Latin American influences, and locals who welcome visitors with open arms.  Turquoise Bay resort is the best value in Roatan for diving and lodging. The resort is the only one located on the lush northeast coast, on a secluded bay perfect for swimming and kayaking, with a private beach for relaxing during surface intervals. We’ll be diving the rarely visited, pristine reefs on the north end of the island with the only dive operator on Roatan who goes there.

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