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Dive and Sail Expeditions
Bahamas and Western Caribbean
San Andres Archipelago
San Andres. San Andres Island
Boarding: Sunday 12:00pm
San Andres, San Andres Island
Disembark: Saturday 09:00am
Getting to Quest
We will be at anchor off Nene's Marina at the northern tip of the Island.
We will meet at Nene's marina at 12:00pm for boarding.
Single bed in two bed cabin with upper and lower beds
All meals and snacks
Up to 19 dives
Tanks and weight belts
Bed sheets and towels
Ground transfers to and from the airport
Pre or post hotel stays
Fees and taxes
Covid 19 test (if required)
A $250.00 per person deposit. The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
Method of Payment
S/Y Quest will not offer refunds for charters cancelled or shortened due to adverse weather, acts of God or nature, or events not within the reasonable control of S/Y Quest. We strongly recommend you obtain travel insurance for your vacation.
It is also recommended that all divers have diving accident insurance. For more information and to purchase dive and travel insurance, visit the providers below:
Travel Check List
CLOTHING AND PERSONAL ITEMS TO BRING:
Keep in mind that space is limited on a sailboats. We suggest bringing several bathing suits, shorts, long pants, several t-shirts and a wind breaker all packed in soft luggage. Also pack sunscreen (non-oil/reef safe) and sunglasses. At night it can be a little bit chili so bring sweats/warm clothing for topside. Personal items such as aspirin, decongestants and shampoos are also recommended.
What to bring
Dive logbook to keep track of your dives
Dive certification card
Mask, fins and snorkel
Regulator with submersible pressure gauge
Depth gauge or computer
Chemical light stick or suitable substitute
What not to bring
Big bulky bags – try to pack light and in soft-sided bags.
There is really not any space onboard to store hard suit cases and the same for hard carry on hand luggage.
So bring only soft bags or backpacks
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