|Just some of the staff at Roatan Divers - from left, Victor (boat captain), Ann (videographer), Peter (divemaster), Saaya and husband Karl (owners), Steph (divemaster), Chuong (divemaster), Iva (student), Scott and Heather|
|Scott with Chuong and dive buddy Philip|
|The hectic activity of preparing for the dive|
I went with him most of the time and snorkeled. One of the divemaster course students went with me, either Iva or Iga, both from Poland. They were a lot of fun and the snorkeling was great everywhere.
Everyone on the staff was so helpful and friendly. We felt really at home here. We left our dinghy here to shop and Karl glued the rubber knee pads back on Scott's wet suit as part of the thoughtful overall service. Scott rented an underwater camera one day and Saaya gave him some pointers. As you can see from some of the shots he took (all in his first hour ever), she was a good teacher.
We look forward to being back next season and for a longer time. This is the best place we've been to dive and snorkel, along with Bonaire.
|The floor around the dive boat|
|Coral formations, fish of all kinds|
It is possible to walk for miles along the beach from Sandy Bay thru West End down to West Bay. We did it several times, jumping into the water along the way to cool down.
|The fish didn't always stay put for their photo, but this one|
|We didn't even have to touch this one up|
|Well, adjusted the color and contrast|
|Not here, but often the wall goes down over a 100 feet|
|Where are all the fish?|
|As you can see, they're trying to get away - here a French|
|Nice action shot here with Chuong and a hog fish|