WHY BOOK A CRUISE EXCURSION WITH REEF GLIDERS?
One tank dive trips depart every day at 9am, 11.30am and 2.30pm and return an hour and 30 minutes later, so it's easy to choose a time to suit your schedule when cruise ship diving on Roatan.
Our four hour introductory class starts at 9am and 12pm daily and is the perfect way to try scuba diving during a cruse ship excursion in Roatan with one of our highly qualified PADI instructors.
At our dive shop on Roatan we take pride in offering unparalleled service. We carry, set up and rinse everything for you, allowing you to relax and enjoy diving in Roatan. C Level, our onsite Cafe & Bar is the ideal spot to chill out in between dives and offers cold beverages through out the day and great breakfast and lunch specials. There's plenty of things to do in Roatan's West End after your dives, the streets are lined with bars, restaurants and souvenir shops and snorkeling is excellent at Half Moon Bay beach.
HOW TO GET TO REEF GLIDERS FROM THE CRUISE SHIP DOCK?
The best way to get to West End from the cruise ship dock to go diving in Roatan is simply to grab one of the many taxis waiting to take people around the island. You will find drivers waiting immediately outside the terminal and all of them will take you wherever you want and return you to the dock at the time of your choice. However, we are happy to book a driver who will meet you, bring you to our dive shop in West End and take you back at the end of the day if you prefer.
Whatever option you choose, make sure you are agree a total price for everyone including the return trip from Roatan's cruise ship terminal to our dive center before getting in the cab. Prices are always negotiable but expect to pay around $15-20 per person unless you are with a larger group, in which case you should be able to get a better rate. It's best to carry cash in small bills if possible, US dollars are accepted through out the island, however you may get change in Honduran Lempiras.
READY TO BOOK A DIVING EXCURSION IN ROATAN?
You will not need to bring too much along when you come to dive Roatan during your cruise ship visit! Should you choose not to pack your personal gear, we offer equipment rental free of charge. We stock a full range of gear including BCDs, regulators, masks, snorkels, fins, weights, and 3mm wetsuits in sizes XXS to XXL available for use while diving in Roatan. Cruise ship visitors are asked to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the start of your dive trip or class to fill out paperwork and get fitted for equipment.