Dive a little deeper and learn more about underwater creatures while earning scuba certifications. A great introduction to learning with Broadreach – a combination of diving, sailing and marine biology instruction – along with the fun and friendships you would expect from a liveaboard adventure.Enroll Now Live Chat Schedule a Call Call Now
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“I have never been so excited about learning in my life! Not only did I get to study a subject I love in new and beautiful places, but I got to learn how to sail, scuba dive, wakeboard and climb mountains. This trip also taught me so much about people in general and myself personally. I truly made friendships that will last and memories I will never forget. This is a great trip to conquer fears and try things for the first time.” Shannon, middle school alumna
One PADI scuba certification available:
One sailing certification available:
Two hours of service learning on projects that may include beach cleanups and underwater debris collection.
Join a crew of new friends who share a passion for marine biology and have the curiosity to explore it with purpose. Settle into your yacht and get accustomed to the pace of life aboard. Share all of the responsibilities, from sailing to keeping your home “ship-shape.” In the next two weeks, you will be the skipper, first mate, navigator, dive safety officer and chef for this journey. Waste little time and head west from Anse Marcel, working toward earning your PADI Open Water diver certification. On board, interactive lessons on fish identification and coral reef ecology immediately come to life underwater. Later, sail toward rocky and uninhabited Ile Fourche to wrap up your in-water dive skills.
Greet the day in St. Barts with a little wakeboarding fun, or take it slower with your feet dangling off the side of the boat, marveling at the incredible sunrise. Dive Colombier beach and take note of fish schooling, pairing and predation behaviors you see down below. Here, you’ll also discover how waves and currents affect the reef systems you just finished diving!
Next you’ll head over to Saba, where the island’s protected outer ring is one giant marine biology lab. Everything comes full circle with discussions on fish life cycles, symbiotic relationships and more – it’s here where you shift to a marine biologist-in-training. Take a minute to appreciate the awe-inspiring pinnacles that rise over a hundred feet from the ocean floor and break the surface of the water, then dive down and get to the heart of scientific diving. At various dive sites that surround Saba, you’ll run transect lines underwater and take a census of the different types of habitats formed around the pinnacles. Later, take a break from the water for a final hike to the top of the (aptly named) Mt. Scenery – it provides a perfect vantage point to take note of all you’ve accomplished.
Sail on to the picture-perfect, deserted island of Tintamarre just off the coast of St. Martin. The white sand and crystal clear water provide the ideal setting for your final days in the Caribbean. Do one last dive on the wreck of the Remorquer and, after nightfall, head to the beach for a campfire with your shipmates. As you toast marshmallows under the starry sky, enjoy reflecting on your adventure.