Many thanks to Kent, Stuart, and their friend Kat for lending me their underwater footage from various scuba diving adventures. I put together a video that shows eels, turtles, a sunken airplane and some creatures during their night dives. If you like scuba diving, or just want to see the marine life and conditions in Aruba, I think you'll find this video interesting. There's also a short talk about the lion fish and some footage of Stuart dispatching one of those nasty things. Here it is:
I never wanted to dive without a dive buddy but now I spend 6 months in Aruba and I now have Stuart and Kat as dive buddies so last Feb my nephew came to Aruba and certified us 3. We call us the A team and I am close to 100 dives now. One day we did 4 dives. 3 in the day and 1 at night. The night diving is now our favorite.
Snorkel Mangel Halto, day or night with a waterscooter. Check out our website. E-mail Stuart at email@example.com or call Stuart local: 745-7459 Or visit: www.arubabobsnorkeling.com 47th trip in June 2015 and 48th trip in Nov 2015.
wouldn't a guided dive require a divemaster or is a certified diver taking certified divers allowed? i would think the liabilities would be great and insurance very expensive, much more than the snorkeling adventure?