Scout High Adventure – Scuba Diving, Sailing & Snorkeling Cruises
We will depart from Nausua, Bahamas and spend the week sailing, diving and relaxing in these tranquil waters. Blackbeard’s Cruises offers Scouts an unforgettable high adventure trip of a lifetime. Boy Scouts will have the opportunity to engage in adventures of sailing, snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, and discovering the beautiful out islands of the Bahamas. We will be on a 65’ sailboat….. Enjoy air-conditioned quarters, great meals, and experience some of the best diving in the Exumas section of the Bahamas.
You will have an action packed week aboard the sailboat. You will be able to get certified or continue your scuba certification early in the week, leaving plenty of “play” time! We will also be offering you the opportunity to advance your education with some fun specialty courses. Specialty courses are mini courses that focus on a specific area of diving like photography or navigation and can be done entirely on the trip. We will offer you a really great price for these courses. Let the adventure begin!
Visit the Blackbeard’s Cruises’ website HERE.
- 7 days/6 Nights aboard
- All Meals & Snacks while onboard
- Tanks & Weights
- Bahamas Port Tax & Park Fee
- 1 night hotel – Freeport
- Airport transfers
- Midwest Aquatics T-Shirt
- Midwest Aquatics Instructor
- Crew Tip
SCUBA Certification Includes
- Tuition – Class, Pool and Open Water
- Study materials and logbook
- Mask, snorkel, fins, boots, mesh bag, mouthpieces, defog and lens cleaner – these are yours to keep
- Use of BCD, Regulator and computer for pool activities and during trip
The cost is approx $1719 (including airfare) if already SCUBA certified. If you’re not SCUBA certified there is an additional $690 fee.
Equipment Rental for Certified Divers is $110 and includes: BCD, Regulator and Computer.
July 20-26, 2013
Registration for this high adventure trip is currently closed.
All fees non-refundable
$250 – Initial Deposit
$350 – 2nd Deposit due November 30th, 2012
Balance Due: May 1st, 2013
For more information, please contact
Troop 10 – High Adventure Chair