Your dive center in Guadeloupe
We are a small dive center on the beautiful island of Guadeloupe between Deshaies and Pointe Noire. We are able to meet most of your diving needs from your first steps in the underwater world to diving coral reefs, wrecks and night diving for advanced divers.
Join us on beautiful reef dives. We regularly dive at different spots within close reach to our harbor and interesting for all levels of experience.
Gustavia, Franjack and Augustin Fresnel are the names of the wonderful wrecks we visit regularly. With different depths, sizes and marine life, you are always up for something new to discover.
Never been under water? Let’s change that and make your first steps with us. Already certifed and looking for new experiences – we´ll find the right course for you. We offer PADI and FFeSSM/ VDST/CMAS courses.
A must see for divers is the famous Reserve Cousteau. A marine national park where Jaques Cousteau shot parts for his first film “The Silent World”.
Our Dive Resort
We are equipped with a big L&W compressor and we proudly carry AQUALUNG® dive materials in our program to complete your adventure.
Our steel and aluminium tanks are 12 Liter/80 Cubic Feet with DIN and INT connections.
We have ample space to leave your wet diving gear till the next day. So, like that, you don’t have to store your wet stuff in your accommodation over night. And: We have showers too!
We offer a two tank dive in the morning and by enough request we organize a night dive. We are closed on Saturdays.
Since most of our dives start early in the morning, we recommend choosing an accommodation close to the dive center. Please keep in mind: the Island might be small but most of the roads are country roads, so even a supposed short distance could be a long journey.
Our boat – the Ciril One – is comfortable with a big ladder and offers ample space to max. 12 divers. There is a small sunroof and lots of space if you want to work on your tan. The boat is fast, French Coastguard approved and has all the necessary safety devices as VHF, O² and a safety tank.
You can find the Ciril One in the little harbour just a few meters away from our base. So only a few steps have to be made to start a new adventure.
Guadeloupe is fantastic with its rain forest, white and black sand beaches, an active vulcano and a rich history. Guadeloupes underwater world is fabulous with coral gardens and lots of fish and turtles. The dive conditions are whole year around excellent and reefs are intact.
Most dive places are very novice diver friendly but also advanced divers will find their way. From shallow coral reefs to a drop-off to wrecks, everything is there.Guadeloupe is known as the butterfly island due to its shape and consists of two main islands. The eastern island is called Grande-Terre, the western island Basse-Terre. Smaller islands like Marie-Galante, La Désirade, and the two inhabited Îles des Saintes complete Gwada – the creole name for Guadeloupe.
The archipelago is an overseas department and region of France in the Caribbean and a part of the EU. So for European citizens a valid passport or ID card is sufficient and no money needs to be changed as the currency is Euro. Most european flights to Point-a-Pitre, the Gwada international airport, take off from Paris. Please note that most flights depart from Paris Orly and you may need to switch airports when Paris is your stop over from another country. Paris to Guadeloupe is an 8 hours trans Atlantic flight.
US citizens need a valid passport. Miami to Guadeloupe is a 3.5 hours flight.
The transfers from the airport to most accommodations around us by car take about an hour, the roads are excellent and well indicated.
From November to March, Guadeloupe has a nearly constant climate of 32 C/90º F and the sea water 28C/82º F. For visits to the volcano (La Soufrière) and the rain forest however we strongly advise you to take good shoes and a light raincoat.
We are open whole year except for the month of August.
We can help you to a list of very nice accommodation, we can only advise you them, they are not in our hands.
+590 690 37 36 17
Port de Péche Baillargent # 264
F-97116 Pointe Noire