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Bahama Divers is a short distance away at the bridge to Paradise Island. Their 2 tank leaves at 9AM. Allow 1/2 hr. or so to clear customs so if you dock at 8 or before that may be doable. http://www.bahamadivers.com/index.htm
Those should be your options for Nassau.
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Last edited by diversteve; January 20th, 2011 at 03:43 PM.
Reason: link to Paradise Charters removed
minor point but those dive ops are in St Thomas - not Nassau.
I can't help with the other two but in Key West I've used both Subtropic and Bonsai Diving. Both are good but are different dive trip experiences. Subtropic is cheaper but has a larger boat and therefore potentially more divers. Bonsai is a six pack so obviously less divers and will get to dive sites faster but is a bit more expensive.
Last edited by CT Sean; January 19th, 2011 at 04:58 PM.
Reason: terrible grammar
Unless you're going to dive the Vandenberg, I wouldn't bother diving in Key West. But I've had good experiences with SubTropic there as a dive operator.
Note, if you're going to use Stuart Coves in Nassau, they are on the FAR side of the island. they have shuttle bus service from the cruise boat pier, but it's at select times. You'll need to see what time your boat is in port to see if you can make their shuttle schedule.