Saturday, June 30, 2012
Dive Grenada's custom built dive boat 'DG2' has been to the dry dock for her annual 'Spa Treatment'which included a full 'anti fouling' treatment for below the waterline and her hull buffed up and waxed. Most importantly we have invested in a very ergonomic ladder that works like a step ladder with hand rails. We have increased the angle of the ladder so its position makes for very easy entry and egress to the boat. This is great for divers and snorkelers in Grenada that find the vertical ladders of other dive boats a real challenge,especially in choppy seas.Dive Grenada is proud to be investing in its business for the future and want to welcome all new divers to visit Grenada and see how good our Scuba Diving is here. Check us out at:www.divegrenada.com
Monday, June 4, 2012
Dive Grenada were very privileged when an endangered Leatherback Turtle choose to nest and lay eggs on the beach right in front of their Dive Shop in Grenada. These turtles normally nest on Levera Beach in the North of the Island not down in the South on Grand Anse Beach where Dive Grenada is located. We will be monitoring the nesting site and look forward to 50 - 70 days time when the eggs should hatch.We will also be looking out for her returning as they normally lay four or five times in one season.