The Peace Dive Boat and crew is a very professional operation that works hard in making your dive experience memorable. The crew will go out of their way to assist you in any way or form, ranging from general dive advice, equipment repair, or any special needs. The crew is well-rounded and can answer general questions with Fish and Wildlife, photography, technical diving, and hunting, I highly recommend this operation and will not dive any other boat. Can’t forget to mention the food! All of our trips (unless otherwise specified) include air fills. The PEACE is able to fill all tanks, including high-pressure tanks, up to 3500 PSI. The PEACE is equipped with a DNAx Membrane System, which currently produces Nitrox blends at 32%. Because we are not blending with 100% oxygen, O2 clean tanks are NOT required. Nitrox fills are extra. Please be sure to bring all the necessary dive gear for your trip including tanks, weights and your ‘C’ Card, a Dive Computer is highly recommended. It is also recommended that you bring normal safety equipment like: Dive Alert, Safety Sausage and a Whistle. Cylume Sticks are required for Night Diving. You may order rental equipment from the online store. Delivery and Pick-up of your rental equipment is included in the rental price. Your rental equipment will be delivered the evening before your trip. Please make arrangements for any rental equipment well in advance of your to secure your desired size. Each diver or passenger should provide his/her own personal items/toiletries for their trip, (i.e., towels, bathing suits, comb, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sunscreen, etc.) Each head contains a shower with a Hair and Body Shampoo dispenser for your convenience. Paper towel and toilet paper dispensers are also provided in each head for your convenience. If you tend to get queasy, don’t forget your seasick medication! The PEACE normally carries a supply of aspirin/ibuprofen, and has a fully stocked first-aid kit in case of emergencies. Bunk Room The PEACE provides both single and double bunks, sleeping up to 32 people. Single bunks are provided with one pillow and one blanket. Double bunks are provided with two pillows and two blankets. Each bunk has its own privacy curtain and individual light. Passengers are welcome to bring a sleeping bag or extra pillows/blankets for their comfort. In order to keep our bunkroom dry and comfortable, no wet bathing suits, wetsuits or wet dive equipment is permitted below decks. We do have 110 outlets available in the bunk room for medical devices, like a CPAP machine. We recommend that you bring an extension cord to make sure that you can comfortably access the outlet. Please check the Bunk Assignment sheet before you settle into a bunk. We recommend that all single passengers (those traveling alone) take a single bunk and couples (or those who don’t mind bunking together) take a double bunk. Food and Beverages All of our trips (unless otherwise specified) include food and non-alcoholic beverages. A soda machine is provided for your convenience and also dispenses filtered water. Milk, juice, coffee and other hot beverages are also available. Passengers are welcome to bring along their own alcoholic beverages. However, we request that you bring your own ice and cooler to store them in. For those passengers with special diets (i.e., vegetarian), please be sure to inform our Chef as soon as you board or first thing in the morning so that we can accommodate your dietary needs. New Parking Procedures You may still park for free, but you must have a parking pass hanging from your rearview mirror to park overnight. The pass is not required for day parking. The parking passes are available on the Peace Dive Boat. Just pick one up and place it on your rearview for overnight parking. You may reuse the same parking pass for future visits or we kindly ask that you bring it back to the boat for the next diver to use. If you do not have the parking pass, you could get a parking ticket.

Valve On, Valve Off

Every year, divers enter the water with their tank valves off, resulting in interrupted dives — and worse. Speak to… Read More