Scuba-Dive on Catamaran MANNA with two new dive new compressors onboard. Another critical point, charters now include unlimited diving for certified divers. It is available for an additional charge if you desire additional PADI training, including specialty training.
Two diving compressors were upgraded in 2018. Plus adding ten new 3300 psi 80 aluminum tanks. In essence, there are HP100 steel tanks for the divers desiring a lot of air and AL80 aluminum tanks for the younger and lighter divers. Manna’s crew updates the dive gear annually for your safety.
For certified divers, diving is not only free but also unlimited.
The following courses are certified through PADI:
Discover Scuba – for the non-certified diver yearning to explore the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean.
Complete Open Water Course – On average, two full days to build scuba diving skills. Four boat dives. It also includes the use of scuba equipment to complete the course.
Referral Open Water Completion check-out dives – A certification course includes four open water dives over two days.
Advanced Open Water Course – This PADI advanced open water training features three core dives. They include deep navigation and night. Ideal if you want to upgrade your dive credentials.
Rescue Diver – You can become a certified rescue diver in 2 days in the beautiful waters of the Caribbean. You must be an advanced open-water diver and possess current CPR and First-Aid certifications.
The fee for these courses vary. Please contact CKIM Group at 321-777-1707 for current pricing.
In addition – Manna is available for charter in the British Virgin Islands. And at times in the US Virgin Islands and Spanish Virgin Islands. Just six miles east of Puerto Rico lies the Spanish Virgin Islands.
You can view a sample itinerary that the fantastic crew of Manna skillfully put together. This itinerary is an example Spanish Virgin Islands (SVI) charter. It includes stops at one of the oldest lighthouses in the Caribbean. Including exhilarating island hikes and, indeed, breathtaking diving and snorkel spots. And you can also bask in the sun on the sands of the world-famous Flamenco Beach. Equally important, Scuba-Dive on Catamaran Manna.
Captain Wayne and Chef Emily Keese are both originally from Texas. Their adventurous lifestyle together started when they met skydiving.
He found his love for flying airplanes early on. While serving in the Army, he was part of an airborne unit. Not surprisingly, his ambition to skydive professionally started there. Wayne even became an instructor. And as a result, I started Eagle Flight Skydiving in Granbury, Texas. While Emily and Wayne were honeymooning in Cozumel, they fell in love with scuba diving. Both of them are now PADI Divemasters, and Rescue divers and have Emergency First Response Trainer certifications.
Emily and Wayne commissioned S/Y Manna in 2013. As a result, the yacht was built by Royal Cape Catamarans in Durban, South Africa. Specifically including a number of custom design elements specified by Wayne. Making the yacht even more comfortable for crewed charters. Particularly assuring a catamaran that was able to cross the Atlantic and be safe in Caribbean waters.
This crew is not only passionate about creating a charter on Manna to be an experience that will exceed the expectations of their guests. They are especially devoted to giving back by volunteering in many humanitarian efforts. Such as frequently assisting with medical needs on the Amazon River. Also providing aid and delivering supplies for missionaries in the field and beyond.
Please note that crews and rates are subject to change.