For an even more in-depth exploration of Antarctica’s icy waters, experienced divers can take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to scuba dive here. Antarctic diving reveals a world of ice, where glaciers, immense icebergs and a unique blend of marine life await, often in never-before-dived sites.
- All divers must be trained, certified scuba divers with proof of certification beyond entry level, i.e. Advanced Diver certification or equivalent rating, issued by a recognised scuba training organisation
- In addition, adequate training and experience must be held in dry suit diving
- To ensure your safety and enjoyment and to avoid any unnecessary problems on the trip, recent diving experience and proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives using a dry suit are required prior to joining the voyage
- You will be accompanied by a qualified dive master who will guide you through your dives and ensure Standard Safety Diving Practices are adhered to at all times
Prices start from around £800 – £850 per person.
Prices do vary depending on specific departure and ship; please contact our team of polar specialists for guidance.
Pre-booking is essential. All activities are weather-dependent – passenger safety is paramount.
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