Scuba World ADVENTURE Dive Trips

Ready to do your checkout dives?  Need to get wet?  Want to get away?  Join the Scuba World Crew on one of our dive trips.  We do local diving at the quarries in Pennsylvania and boat diving off of the coast of Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey.  We also lead adventure dive trips around the world!  We travel to the Florida Keys at least 3 times a year.  Where ever we go, we always find the ADVENTURE!  We’d love for you to join us as often as you can!  Come blow bubbles with Scuba World!

 Interested in a real Scuba World adventure?  Join us to explore the Red Sea in June of 2023 or Socorro in February of 2024.  Please make your deposit at Scuba World to join the waitlist. Scroll down for more information.

Florida Keys Quarry Weekend Exciting Exotic Adventure
 March 19-25, 2023 Wednesday, June 7th  

Red Sea, Egypt June 26-July 3, 2023

August 6-12, 2023 Saturday, June 10th  Ramon’s Belize September 24 – October 1, 2023
November 12-18, 2023 Saturday, July 22nd  

Aquacat, January 6-13, 2024

August Date TBD Socorro, Rocio Del Mar February 5-14, 2024

1 Cabin (2 spots)  available

Call (302) 697-2882 or email to sign up for Lake Allure checkouts Roatan, Utila, & Cayos Cochinos

November 9-16, 2024

 Local Boat Charter Diving May – October

Scuba World Dives the Florida Keys — Spearfishing and Lobstering permited

How much does it cost? Diver – $1190 | Non-Diver – $595

What’s Included?

Seven days and six nights at Ocean Pointe Resort in Tavernier, Florida. Surround yourself with sixty acres of tropical elegance in the fabulous Florida Keys. Four persons per condo based on quadurple occupancy. Accommodations include:

  • Two private bedrooms (king/2 twin)

  • 2 private baths

  • Heated pool

  • Central air conditioning

  • Balcony

  • Private beach

  • Full Kitchen

  • Washer & dryer

  • Tennis courts

  • Dining/living room

  • Canoe/kayak rentals

  • Parking: 1 car per bedroom, 2 per condo

Five boat trips (2 tanks per trip) Monday through Friday with Florida Keys Dive Center or Islamorada Dive Center (IDC).  While we know it’s all about the dive, Scuba World-IDC-Flakeys diving is a comprehensive experience. Your adventure begins the minute you walk through the doors. The friendly and experienced staff handles all the details of our trips, from making sure you have all the gear that’s right for you to setting it up on the boat to spraying it down for you at the end of the day. Everything will be taken care of when you’re on a Scuba World-IDC dive. Air fills, Captain’s and Mate’s tips and Florida State Tax are all included in the package price.  Certification dives for students can be arranged.

Are you and your buddy uncomfortable with navigating yourselves back to the boat?  When you dive with Scuba World, you can follow one of our instructors who will help you navigate!  Equipment malfunctions on the boat are no fun, but with Scuba World’s experienced staff and multitude of tools and parts aboard the ship, we can fix most problems and keep you diving.  We come extra prepared for all those common small problems.  You will learn a lot from our staff just from being around us and diving with us. Plus, it is always more fun to dive with the Scuba World gang!

This trip includes everything except:

  • Transportation to and from Florida

  • Scuba Gear (BC, Regulator, and 2 aluminum tanks) – can be rented at Scuba World for $120 for the week

  • Transportation for scuba gear to and from Florida

  • Meals – (approximately $150 – $200 per person)


  • Extra Dives: $95 for a two tank dive

  • Night Dive: $95 for a one tank dive

  • Bubble Watcher: $55 per boat trip

  • Snorkel: $55 per boat trip

  • Advanced Open Water Certification Course: $250

  • Specialty Certification Courses: $175

September 24 – October 1, 2023

2023  Rates

8-day/7-night package price          $1,530.00  per person  — based on double occupancy

$3,060 per 2-diver couple

$1,030.00 per non-diver

$500 Single Supplement

Single Shares are only available upon request based on availability

Room upgrades are available upon request based on availability

Air travel not included.

Transfers from Belize International Airport to San Pedro (round trip) have been included.  Gratuities for included diving and breakfast are included.

Nitrox and Rental not included. Lunch and dinner not included.  Alcohol not included.


Ramon’s Village Resort is the host hotel for government dignitaries, entertainment personalities, entrepreneurs, authors, songwriters, artists, dive professionals, amateur dive enthusiasts, photographers, fishermen, beauty queens, fashion models, vacationers and the person who just wants to get away for a few days. We can only accommodate a few guests at any one time and we fill up pretty quickly, so if you want to make some great memories and a bunch of new friends, make your reservations early and come stay with us!

Combine the lush vegetation, Mayan influence, Tahitian elements, delicious food, wonderful people, excellent service, great amenities, comfortable accommodations, superb location and the wide variety of entertainment options, and it’s no wonder Ramon’s Village Resort in San Pedro on the island of Ambergris Caye has been the first choice of travelers to Belize since 1987.  Styled after the Tahitian cottages on the Polynesian island of Bora Bora, our cabanas are built from native materials by craftsmen utilizing the same skill and techniques the islanders used in the days of the great sailing ships. We’re not a concrete condo encompassed by concrete parking lots. Ramon’s Village is a sanctuary nestled in a tropical garden of Royal Palms, bougainvillea, lilies, hibiscus and dozens of other types of tropical flora. Surrounded by the plant life are Mayan sculptures that provide a glimpse of the civilization that preceded us in this Caribbean paradise. Once inside our enchanted village, you’ll be in a world of your own choosing.


When God created the heavens and earth He was exceptionally generous with the tiny nation later to be known as Belize. Blessed with both the World’s Second Largest Barrier Reef, at 186 miles, and three of the four living atolls in the Western Hemisphere, Belize is a Scuba Diver’s Paradise. Because of its spectacular dive sites, Belize attracts divers from around the world and the Ramon’s Village Divers’ dock is the perfect launching point for any underwater excursion. Ramon’s Village Divers is the oldest and most respected dive shop in all of Belize.


From exploring Jacques Cousteau’s world-famous Blue Hole to the enjoyment of the undersea wonders of Lighthouse Reef Atoll and the Turneffe Atoll, to the incredible beauty of Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the unforgettable heart-pounding adventure of “swimming with the sharks” at Shark Ray Alley, you’ll never see anything like this again. We truly do have an extraordinary collection of God’s spectacular trophies in His underwater showcase of wonderful things.


Ramon’s Village Divers maintains a fleet of four skiffs ranging in size from twenty-eight feet to thirty-four feet. These boats are used for dives along the Belize Barrier Reef in the vicinity of Ambergris Caye and carry up to eight divers plus crew. The close proximity of the Barrier Reef, just over a quarter mile offshore, allows us to choose from thirty or forty named sites within a five to fifteen minute boat ride from our dock. Ramon’s Village Divers offer daily trips at 9:00am, 11:30am and 2:00pm to dive sites along the Belize Barrier Reef adjacent to Ambergris Caye.


Since the dive sites are within minutes of our dock, we return to our dock between dives to exchange scuba tanks and fulfill your surface interval requirement. This allows our divers to choose any combination of dives each day. Ramon’s Village Divers also offers its guests double or triple tank dives along the Belize Barrier Reef. Our dive sites offer both the novice and experienced diver incredible dive opportunities. Our dive masters and dive guides will customize your dive based upon your skill level.


The Miss Gina, our Pro forty-two foot dive boat, carries up to sixteen divers plus crew making it an excellent choice for dive groups and can also be used for dive trips to the Turneffe Atoll. The Lady Grace, our Newton forty-six foot dive boat, can accommodate up to twenty-four divers plus crew and provides a comfortable outing for those wanting to dive Jacques Couteau’s Blue Hole.


How many dives to I get? This package includes one 2-tank boat trip per day for 6 days.  Upgrades are available.  There are no refunds for any missed boat trips.

Upgrade to Blue Hole Boat Trip $305

Upgrade to Turneffe North Boat Trip $195

Upgrade to Triple Tank Boat Trip $45

Scuba rates include boat trip, guide, tanks, weights, park fees and gratuities.  Equipment rentals are additional and can be rented from Scuba World or Ramon’s Village.


What is included? Accommodation in a Steve and Becky’s room, tax, breakfast daily, and 6 days of double tank dives.  Transfers from Belize International Airport to San Pedro (round trip) have been included.  Gratuities for included diving and breakfast are included.


Are drinks included?  Breakfast plan includes choice of any entrée on breakfast menu with coffee and juice.  Outside of breakfast, no meals or beverages have been included in this package. Alcoholic beverages are not included.


Can I take advanced certification or specialty courses?  Our Scuba World instructors are available for further training on this trip, including Open Water checkout dives. Advanced Open Water certification is required on some dives. Prior arrangements recommended.  Instructional materials and course fees not included. Medical release required.  Please contact Scuba World for more information.


What airport should I fly into?  Southwest flies direct from Baltimore to Belize City International.


Average Temperatures Water Temp 85F, Air Temp 85F. Shorty, Full Wetsuit 3mm, or Full 5mm. Wetsuit needs vary from individual to individual.  These are approximates.


Deposits/Payments A $250.00 per person deposit is due when the reservation is made with Scuba World.  The balance of the trip must be paid by March 1, 2023 or you forfeit your spot and all deposits.


Cancellation Policy*  THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.  Only after October 1, 2023 and only if we can fill your spot(s), we will refund payments minus any non-refundable fees.


Insurance TRAVEL INSURANCE:  We urge you to consider purchasing travel & dive insurance for your trip.  In order to maintain our reasonable cost & high level of service, we do not automatically insure your trip against the adverse effects of weather, covid or other factors beyond our control.  Your holiday represents a very large investment, and unforeseen circumstances such as injury or sickness, airline issues, and family emergencies can easily affect your ability to travel.  It is recommended that all passengers purchase travel protection to help protect you and your trip investment. It is also recommended that all divers have diving accident insurance. Covid insurance is also recommended.


Method of Payment: MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover, cash, personal check, money order and Venmo are all accepted at Scuba World.

November 9-16, 2024

Roatan, Utila, & Cayos Cochinos

2024  Rates

8-day/7-night trip (5 1/2 dive days)                 $3,345 per person based on double occupancy


This price is the charter only.  Does not include airfare, insurance, equipment rentals,

Nitrox fills, certifications or specialty courses, hotel stays/day rooms, dinner on Friday night,

Gratuities, port/park fees, taxes, or fuel surcharge if applicable.

Fees: Collected onboard in cash (USD)      Port/park Fees approx. $145 pp       Fuel Surcharge approx.. $150 pp

Boarding is at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, and disembarking by 8:00 a.m. on Saturday.

Arrival/Departure – Roatan’s International Airport (RTB), officially, Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport. Upon arrival after you clear customs, all Saturday flight arrivals are met by a transportation service who will have a representative with a Roatan Aggressor sign at the arrival terminal. Guests will then be transported to the Roatan Yacht Club located in French Harbor, Roatan with their luggage (where the yacht docks) for $15 USD cash per person paid to the driver. On Saturday at the end of the charter, transportation is provided back to the airport at 8 am for $15 USD cash per person paid to the driver. As with any airport, it is best to keep track of your luggage and personal items.

BOARDING: Guests may board on Saturday (7-night trips) from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm. If you arrive prior to this time, you relax at the beautiful Roatan Yacht Club. All guests should be onboard no later than 4:30 pm.

DEPARTURE: Saturday morning, check out is at 8 am. Guests will be served a continental breakfast then the staff can arrange a taxi (not included) from the yacht to the airport or a hotel if you are extending your stay.

FEES & TAXES: A port/park fee of USD $145 and $150 pp fuel surcharge must be paid onboard and in CASH. All onboard purchases including courses, boutique, etc. will incur a 19% VAT tax. The yacht accepts MC/Visa and cash.

EXTRA TIME IN ROATAN: Roatan and the Bay Islands is a beautiful and scenic year-round destination. If you would like to extend your stay, please contact our Aggressor Detours Travel Department, or visit to see some of the properties we recommend. We high recommending going in a few days early and staying at the beautiful Roatan Yacht Club.

ROATAN AGGRESSOR INCLUDES: All staterooms are air-conditioned and fitted with private bathrooms and showers. Breakfast (cooked to order), lunch and an elegant meal at dinner with tableside service are served in addition to fresh mid- morning and mid-afternoon snacks. Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are complimentary while onboard. The yacht is equipped with 110 volt/USB outlets and hairdryers in each stateroom. Linens are changed mid-week and fresh towels are placed in each stateroom as needed. Filled tanks, weights and weight belts are included.

ITINERARY: Guests should fly in and out of Roatan, Bay Islands of Honduras (Airport Code RTB). Throughout the week you will be diving many beautiful sites located on the second largest barrier reef in the world including Roatan’s West End walls, the south and north side shallow reefs and drop offs, wreck of the El Aguila, reef gardens of Cayos Cochinos, shallow peaked Seamounts off the southeast end of Utila, and north and south sides of Utila. The itinerary is completely dependent on the winds and weather. With all dives from the mother ship, unlimited diving is offered. Diving begins Sunday morning and ends Friday around noon when the Roatan Aggressor returns to dock in French Harbor. The Roatan Aggressor hosts a sunset cocktail party Friday evening at 6 p.m. Dinner is not served onboard which is the only meal not provided with the cruise. The Roatan Yacht Club has a beautiful restaurant located where the yacht docks Fri/Sat and is an island favorite. Throughout the week there will be opportunities to go ashore for swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.

WELCOME: In the event of an emergency, family and friends may contact you at the above numbers. There is a satellite phone onboard; however, it does not have a recorder. We recommend you pack a swimsuit, change of clothes, medication and toiletries in your carry-on bag. Having these few items with you can make an unexpected luggage delay more bearable.

PASSPORTS & DOCUMENTATION: Visitors must have a current passport, adequate funds to support themselves, and a return airline ticket to travel to Roatan, Bay Islands of Honduras. Travelers must have a passport that is valid for 6 months from the end date of your travels back home. It is the travelers’ responsibility to ensure they have the proper documentation to travel into each country on his or her itinerary as well as for re-entry and return to their country. Please check with the appropriate consulate to ensure you have the proper documentation. Always check your passport and visa requirements. US citizens may go to the US Department of State website at for more information. The website also has information for consulates by country to assist with requirements. There are special requirements for children leaving the US and many countries have adopted requirements for the protection of children. Since regulations vary by country, contact your consulate or embassy of your country for the requirement. Aggressor Liveaboards nor Scuba World Inc cannot assume responsibility for passengers not having correct documentation.

C-CARDS: Remember to bring your c-card or proof of certification. The divemaster requires proof of certification before the first dive. If you are a repeat guest, you are automatically enrolled in the Travel the World Club and will receive onboard discounts. Your membership is indicated on the Captain’s rooming list. 3 GIS: The Reservations office and the Roatan Aggressor require each guest to complete an Application and Waiver prior to departure and boarding through the online

GIS (Guest Information System): If you have not received a link to complete the online Guest Information System (GIS), please call an Aggressor Liveaboards agent. Passengers who fail to complete it will be denied boarding. Many Aggressor destinations require passenger information for itinerary approval in advance.

TELEPHONE/INTERNET SERVICE/EMAIL: There is a computer station and satellite phone onboard. It is likely your cell phone/email will work depending on your service provider; however, we suggest you check with your provider prior to traveling. If you need to send an email, you may use the boats email account. Web browsing is not available.

INSURANCE: We strongly recommend each guest purchase a CFAR (cancel for any reason) insurance policy and LiveAboard Rider. To learn more about these policies, visit and go to ‘Insurance’.

HEALTH: The Roatan Aggressor has a first aid kit onboard, including oxygen and an AED. You may want to bring motion sickness medication if you feel you will need it. We suggest you bring over-the-counter motion sickness medication or consult your doctor about prescription brands, such as the trans-dermal patch or Scopace tablets. Currents and winds may cause moderate movement of the yacht at times. We recommend a complete physical before your trip. The recompression chamber is located on the island of Roatan. Aggressor Liveaboards and their staff are unable to accept any medication brought onboard for safe keeping including those that require refrigeration. Should a guest have a medication requiring temperature control, they will need to travel with a travel cooling case or small storage cooler with several blue ice packets. The staff will be happy to store and recharge the blue ice but are unable to accept possession of or responsibility for the proper care and storage of medication. This should be kept in your stateroom. There is NO smoking allowed inside the yacht or on the dive deck. Smoking is only permitted on the rear of the sun deck.

FOOD & BEVERAGES: The menu onboard is varied and plentiful, with fresh local fruits and veggies, island seafood, and local grown meats serving Caribbean and American feasts, barbecues and local cuisine. If you have any special dietary restrictions, please be sure these are noted when completing the GIS. You will awaken to fresh fruits, local specialties, hot entrees, cereals and juices. Lunches feature hot soups, homemade breads, salads and sandwiches and/or entrees. Chef prepared dinners are seated and served each evening including: salads, vegetables, fresh local seafood, beef or chicken with fresh homemade desserts. Once onboard, please speak to the chef about any special needs. Certain special dietary and beverage requests may not be available due to the remote nature of this location. Beverages include fruit juices, soft drinks, iced water, iced tea, coffee, and a limited selection of local beer and wine, which are complimentary. Due to the high duty charged on liquor, we suggest you bring your special brand from the U.S. or last duty-free port. Due to local regulations; the bar will be closed while the boat is in port. Drinking and diving do not mix. Once you consume alcohol, you become a sunbather until the next day.

PACKING: Clothing should be lightweight, comfortable sportswear; sunscreen and swimsuits are a must. A light sweater or jacket is ideal for evenings. Dress is always casual and informal. Additional items you may want to bring are sunglasses and walking shoes for you time on shore. For an extensive packing list, please visit

ENTERTAINMENT: There is a variety of nightly entertainment, including diving, fish identification presentations, movies, games and more. If you have a favorite movie, digital presentation or a video to share, we encourage you to bring it along.

DIVING CONDITIONS: You will be diving in water that averages 82°F in the summer months and approximately 78°F in the winter months. Most guests make as many as 5 dives each day, so some sort of protection is needed. A 1-3mm wetsuit or shorty is recommended year-round, however some people prefer a 5mm in January/February. All diving is from the mother ship.

DIVING: The staff of the Roatan Aggressor, with their unique combination of talents, offers the ultimate service. The yacht offers up to five dives per day (2 on the last day) including night dives. There is ample storage space for your diving equipment in your personal locker. The Roatan Aggressor provides 80 cubic ft. tanks, weight belts and weights. The stern and platform area is very spacious. The boarding ladders were designed for convenience to allow divers easy entries and exits. Enjoy freshwater showers on the back deck after your dives and dry off with a warm towel. All diving onboard the Roatan Aggressor should be within the limits and standards of the training agency that certified you. All dives should be planned no decompression dives. 100 cubic foot tanks can be requested on your GIS application for an extra fee.

DIVING SUPERVISION: You’ve chosen a liveaboard vacation for the diving freedom that it offers. While in the water, you and your buddy are in charge. Every dive starts with a dive briefing from the yacht staff. However, as a certified diver, you and your buddy are responsible for planning and conducting your own dives within the limitations set forth by the briefing. The staff will be on the dive deck providing surface support for divers. They will also have staff in the water offering support, u/w photography and videography, and critter spotting services as well. On some dive sites a staff member will offer to lead a group and assist them in locating specific points of interest. However, the yacht does not offer direct supervision of dives. If you start out with a group, as long as you and your buddy remain in contact with each other and are ok – you may follow your own dive plan. Dive buddies who are not comfortable following their own dive plan can take one of the many advanced courses available during the charter.

DIVE GEAR SUGGESTIONS: We suggest you pack the following: mask, fins, snorkel, regulator with pressure gauge, depth gauge, buoyancy compensator, dive computer, dive light, mirror, safety sausage, Dive Alert and/or other safety devices. Dive computers are mandatory for each guest. Each piece of gear should be marked with waterproof paint or tape.

CONSERVATION LAWS: The yacht does not allow spear fishing or collecting of any kind.

RENTAL DIVE EQUIPMENT: A full line of Aqualung rental gear is available aboard including regulators, BCs, dive computers, and night-lights (wetsuit rentals are not available). If any of your dive equipment fails while onboard, the staff will loan you equipment free of charge.

CERTIFICATION & SPECIALTY COURSES: Several diving specialty courses are offered onboard including Nitrox, Advanced Open Water, UW Photography, and more. Open Water Certification Courses & Check-Out Dives are offered as well. A list of available courses and prices are available on

PHOTO/VIDEO: The Roatan Aggressor offers a photo pro who is available for free coaching. The Roatan Aggressor has a strobe charging station and a large camera table available for your camera and video equipment. The Video Professional can capture your diving adventure onboard the Roatan Aggressor to share with family and friends for $65. Please visit for information on rental dive equipment.

SHIPS BOUTIQUE & CREDIT CARDS: There is a boutique onboard the yacht, which sells a selection of logo clothing including t-shirts, caps, and miscellaneous items. One day during the week, the staff will have a ‘boutique day’. Onboard sales will be subjected to a 19% sales tax. The Roatan Aggressor accepts cash, Visa, & MasterCard. Sorry, no personal checks, travelers’ checks, AMEX or Discover Cards.

FRIDAY: Friday morning the Captain or assistant will collect payment for onboard purchases made throughout the week. After 2 dives, the Roatan Aggressor will return back to port to provision and fuel for the following week. This is your opportunity to enjoy one of the many local attractions or go island sightseeing. The Roatan Aggressor hosts a sunset cocktail party Friday evening at 6 p.m. Dinner is not served onboard which is the only meal not provided with the cruise. The Roatan Yacht Club restaurant which is where the yacht docks is an island favorite.

GRATUITIES: Staff gratuities are not included. We believe gratuities should be voluntary and based upon the quality of service the staff has provided. When settling your account Friday morning, the Captain will have an envelope for gratuities that will be divided equally among the staff. Payment can be made by cash, MC or Visa credit card.

CHECKOUT: Check out is Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. A local continental breakfast will be offered prior to departing. The staff will assist with arranging transportation to the airport (not included) or to the host hotel (complimentary). Guests with an afternoon flight may enjoy the services of the host hotel and arrange a taxi to the airport from there.

ADVENTURE LOGS: Each week Aggressor posts the Adventure log of the previous charter on the website and Facebook. Please feel free to visit and go to the Adventure log to find out water temperature, visibility, and sightings.

PAYMENTS: To hold your spot, you must place a NON-REFUNDABLE $250 pp deposit at the time of booking.  By the end of 2023, a $1,250 cumulative non-refundable deposit must be made.  By April 1, 2024, half of the total balance must be paid.  Final payment is due on July 1, 2024.  Payments can be made at Scuba World using cash, check, Venmo, Synchrony, Visa or Mastercard.

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