Dive 150 feet below the surface of the sea to view a veritable treasure of life and activity: colorful and exotic corals, ... More
Atlantis Submarines Barbados Inc.
Dive 150 feet below the surface of the sea to view a veritable treasure of life and activity: colorful and exotic corals, fascinating sunken ships, fish and other creatures of the deep. View it all from the safe and comfortable air-conditioned atmosphere of the Atlantis Submarine. If you do not want to go so deep, the Atlantis Seatrec will allow you to view the breathtaking shallow coral reefs and historic wrecks three to six meters (10 to 20 feet) below the surface. These provide great photo opportunities.
This was such an awesome experience! My boyfriend and I had such a blast. The sub went down about 148 ft and it was amazing down there. We saw a sunken ship, corals, turtles and all sorts of schools of fish. The sub was very clean and safe and it was also neat to get to see it descend when the next group got in it. The crew were very nice, informative and funny. All in all,this is a must see attraction!
I did this trip back in 2002. It was an ok trip. It was pretty cool see all the sea turtles and stuff like that. It did not last as long as I would have hoped for. A lot of the time was spent riding out on another boat to get on to the sub.
wear varifocals so when snorkeling cannot see much, on atlantis could see everything, brilliant. Usually stay in south gap hotel which is small and informal but very friendly, visit the watering hole for a great nights karoke. Try the speedboat which goes out same time as catamarans but gets there quicker and the crew are lovely. Stilletto 2 catamaran also brilliant. Going back this november
When one takes this dive beneath the wonderful clear, crystal water which Barbados is surrounded by one sees lovely fish, reef etc that lies below the surface.
The crew shows you everything and explains this so well that I would go back any day with my family.
Not one, but two red and white cruising catamarans are available for charter. Entrepreneur Peter Allen and his brother first
developed the 'turtle cruise' (BBD75 per person) here on Barbados, and the idea has taken off. You can sail ...
The waters off Brighton Beach are typically tranquil throughout the year. Due to the subdued surf and incredible reefs, Bell
Buoy and Silver Bank reefs are two of the most well known on Barbados for snorkeling and swimming. The ...
Offering half and full day deep sea fishing excursions, the Billfisher, a 40 foot Pacemaker, is docked at the Careenage
in downtown Bridgetown. Captain White and his expert anglers can guide you to the best niches for barracuda, tuna, ...