How Best To Rent a Diving Boat

Updated , by Nancy

How Best To Rent a Diving Boat

How Best To Rent a Boat #

We feature four local dive boats to provide the flexibility of location, schedule and underwater activities that experienced divers expect.

Prices range from $50.00 to $58.00 per diver for a two tank, four hour trip without equipment. The price for riders is $40.00 per rider.

Rental rates for equipment range from $26.00 for two tanks and weights only, to $65 for "the works" including BCD, regulator, two tanks, weight belt and weights, a two piece wetsuit, and mask, snorkel, and fins.

If you only need tanks and weights, we can arrange to have these at the boat for you. If you need additional equipment e.g. BCD, regulator, wet suit, etc., plan on picking these items up at our store the day before a morning dive or the same day for an afternoon dive.

Book a few days in advance to ensure space and equipment availability. If you have a strong preference for a particular dive site, try to book your trip a week or so in advance.

You can book trips through us by calling us at the numbers listed at the bottom of this page. You can make arrangements at the same time for any equipment that you wish to rent.

The Diversity Boat #

The Diversity is a brand new 30 foot Island Hopper that operates out of the Boca Raton Inlet. Owned and operated by Captain Tony Coulter and his new bride Karen Orsak Coulter, this boat has the speed to range far North and South of the Boca Raton Inlet to some of the best dive sites in the area.

Captain Tony's favorite reef dives are Sea Gate and the Chimneys North of the Boca Raton Inlet and the Sanctuary South of the inlet. Favorite wreck dives are the Noula Express (72 fsw), the Sea Emperor (70 fsw), the Ancient Mariner (72 fsw), and the Rodeo 25 (130 fsw) and for technical diving, the wreck the Hydro Atlantic (172 fsw).