Hi, I heard from one of the dive team this week who tells me the dive boat is out in dry dock for repairs but should be up and running soon (Jamaican time?). At CN you wade into the ocean to get on board. They lower the ladder so even uncoordinated people like myself can easily get on. You'll love it!
Contact the dive shop directly. I sent them an e-mail after the hurricane hit and Carolyn said yes the CN dive boat was damaged but they were sharing the CSA boat so only one dive per day instead of the regular two.
Don't worry mon! We were at CSA last winter and there dive boat was out of commission. They would send the CN boat over to pick us up for our dives.I'm sure they will do the same for you. Everything was taken care of. Have a great trip !!!!
No worries...we were at CN in Sept. The part that raises and lowers the motors broke on the dive boat. They rented another boat the same day so that the diving and snorkeling could continue. The guys at the Dive Shop are professionals. They love being on/in the ocean as much as we do. Just remember "No Worries". You will not miss any scheduled dives...maybe slightly delayed, but no "miss". Enjoy, relax and have fun.
I emailed Carolyn today and she said the dive boat will be good to go for our trip, Nov 20-27. She said we may have to share with CSA, b/c their boat is under reapir too, but that it wouldn't be for the whole trip, if at all.
Thanks for the update! When you are there PLEASE tell them Kait and Glenn are on their way! Will you give us an update on the boat status while you are there! Have fun and stir up some dolphins for us!