One of the most renowned dive centres worldwide is present with first own booth at boot 2018.
boot Jan. 20 – 28, 2018
Nassau/Munich, December 15, 2017 – Diving James Bond film sets or gliding effortlessly along some spectacular reefs at high speed – Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas makes it possible.
For the first time ever, the possibly most-established dive centre worldwide exhibits with an own booth at boot, the world’s largest water sports trade fair. “What we can offer to divers…” Stuart Cove explains the jump across the Atlantic Ocean, “fits the European wishes and needs more than ever. The country is safe, people are friendly, and the diving is spectacular.”
Stuart’s prominence is based on his active participation in Hollywood blockbuster productions, which – whenever key scenes are filmed underwater – benefit from Stuart’s experience and the numerous film sets just in front of the dive centre in the Bahamas. Four James Bond movies as well as a dozen blockbusters with the engagement of world-famous actors were filmed around the Caribbean island. So whenever there’s a tiger shark on the movie screen, one can assume that the scene was taken in the Bahamas and with the help of Stuart Cove, even when it claims that the encounter happens by the shore of Malaysia…
Various sets can be dived – even years after the shootings took place – around New Providence, home of the capital city of the Bahamas, in small depths around 20 metres. Some of the ships, “sunk by Dr. No”, are no more visited by stars and their doubles, but by scuba divers from all over the world. Stuart Cove knows all the locations of the ship and seaplane wrecks as well as their fascinating stories. He not only created famous film sets, but also amassed a great collection of more than 20 wreck diving sites without any support. Sunk at various locations, where they can be dived easily and safely, the wrecks now build artificial reefs for various marine animals. Plus, they are regularly visited by sharks, enabling close encounters with these gorgeous animals. Sometimes the predators might even bump into the divers in order to reach that guide dressed in a chain mail and offering snacks – small, frozen oddments of a fish fabric. These encounters are even more thrilling at night. Dive trips, often for several days, to the grounds of the Bahamas where tiger and hammerhead sharks live, are also offered by Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas.
Those who would like to add some speed to their diving can rent a SeaBob scooter to fly alongside the fascinating walls, covered with abundant vegetation. If you’re not (yet) a certified diver, snorkel adventures are the perfect way to discover the marine world below, whereas SNUBA offers a tethered scuba experience by closing the gap between snorkelling and diving. You can even book a SUB-ride on an underwater “bike” with air-filled dome!
More comfortable than ever, European divers can now choose from all of these exciting adventures and much more. Stuart is looking forward to his new guests from the “old world”: “The Bahamas as a whole and Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas specifically offer divers and non-divers diversity and constancy – simply the best diving in the Caribbean.”
For further information, please go to www.stuartcove.com.
Alternatively, you can contact the European representative of Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas at stuartcovedive [at] tourism-unlimited.com or by phone: +49-89-673 78 619.
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Title: Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas new at boot 2018.
Text: Diving James Bond film sets or gliding effortlessly along some spectacular reefs at high speed – Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas makes it possible. © Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas
Title: More than 20 wrecks can be dived around New Providence Island with Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas.
Text: The sunken ships and airplanes can be dived easily in depths around 20 metres and are visited by various marine animals. © Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas
Titel: Stuart Cove is the pioneer in offering shark diving in the Bahamas.
Text: The dive centre organizes memorable shark encounters. © Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas