Cruise Passengers


Are you planning a cruise to the Caribbean?

Cruise ships who stop in Tortola, BVI give guests the opportunity to dive or snorkel with us!

Arrangements must be made in advance directly through Dive BVI. 8 guests minimum per trip.

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Closed Circuit Rebreather

Rebreather Diving



Now offering Rebreather diving and courses!

Learn how rebreathers work and how eCCR (electronic closed circuit rebreather) divers can remain underwater longer. Discover how they enable divers to closely approach marine life to interact, to take video and photographs, stay warmer and make observations that would otherwise be missed by divers on open circuit scuba. Once you’ve gone Silent, you’ll hear what you’ve been missing!

Our SSI Poseidon eCCR Rebreather Diver program includes:

  • Pre-dive assembly & diagnostics
  • Learning about Poseidon MK VI Rebreather and design
  • Post-dive care & cleaning
  • Rebreather support systems and gear requirements
  • Overview of eCCR exploration techniques and procedures
  • Unique rebreather diving opportunities (photo/video, wrecks)

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getting to dive bvi

Getting Here!


With immaculate beaches, great diving, perfect sailing, and more, Virgin Gorda BVI offers the perfect getaway among ‘Nature’s Little Secret’; even better, you won’t find large throngs of tourists because getting here is a bit more adventurous than the usual group of tourists want to sort out (no direct flights from the USA, Canada, Europe or South America to the Terrence B. Lettsome Airport / EIS, our main hub). We’re just fine with that!

Please remember that every person returning to the USA needs a valid passport for entry. Check out the following information and let us know if you have questions.

From San Juan, Puerto Rico / SJU:

San Juan, Puerto Rico is the most direct way to the BVI. A number of airlines and charters connect there (Cape Air, Air Sunshine, Seaborne Airlines, Liat, etc). You may contact Fly BVI if you prefer a private charter.