In spite of some damage, key services and dive operators will be open and ready to take divers out starting as early as Thursday, October 13 in various locations throughout The Islands of The Bahamas.

The Bahamas Diving Association is very happy to announce that all of its association members made it through the Hurricane with minimal damage. In spite of a major Hurricane, thanks to advance preparation and experience, our dive operators are ready for business.

Operators in Abaco and Bimini, for instance, are taking divers out in the morning. Others such as in Grand Bahama and New Providence Islands are planning to be operational by early next week.

Please call your dive operator to confirm operational status, but thankfully, our dive operators will be open for business as usual in the next few days!

Bahamas Diving Association

The Bahamas Diving Association is the official dive association for The Islands of The Bahamas. The association represents 37 dive operators on 11 islands, including dive liveaboards. The Bahamas are famous for Reefs, Wrecks, Walls, Sharks and Dolphins. Thousands of Dive Sites are only minutes from Miami. The Islands of The Bahamas is one of the few destinations in the Caribbean that offers non-stop direct jet flights from many US and international cities, plus U.S. Operated Customs and Immigration Preclearance Services from Nassau and Freeport. All U.S. Visitors are required to have valid passports for travel to The Islands of The Bahamas. Find our more from any of our dive operators or at