Grand Cayman has some exciting news for all those destination divers eager to experience some of the adventures that the friendly island has to offer. Divetech has earned a massive amount of respect not only from residents of the island, but also from visitors familiar with the many dive operations on the island, earning Divetech its premier status in the dive industry.
Most recently, Divetech decided to transition into a full-service, all-inclusive dive operation. Their headquarters are now located at the Lighthouse Point dive shop, home of the Guardian of the Reef, the enormous sunken sculpture. At the same time, Divetech is launching a dedicated dive travel department as part of a 2016 expansion plan to accommodate growth, development and customer demand. The company is partnering with a number of hotels, condos and bed & breakfasts on the island to offer more package choices for divers this coming year. With these newest plans, that also means that the longtime relationship with Cobalt Coast where they had their dive shop for 15 years, will come to an end on December 1, 2015.
“We’ve enjoyed our partnership at Cobalt Coast but for some time, our customers have asked for other properties on the island, and we’ve listened to them,” said owner Nancy Easterbrook. “To all of our customers, we want to let them know to contact us directly for their diving, but they can also now book dive and room packages with us.”
The company is gearing up to make the whole process from the time of booking to the time of vacation arrival, a pleasant and easy experience. Through their newly launched website (www.divetech.com) divers will be able to choose from multiple dive packages and services. They also have a new toll free number 1-877-946-5658. To directly contact Divetech, you can email them at email@example.com.
Divetech’s 2016 dive packages include rooms, diving, and unlimited shore diving, with options for breakfast, meals, airport transfers and concierge services. Quotes for individuals & groups will be provided with the same Divetech attention to detail and commitment to excellent dive service.
“We want to be a one-stop shop for both industry travel professionals and consumers,” says Easterbrook. “Divetech is going into this whole-heartedly and we’re serious about providing excellent travel services, as we have done with diving for more than 20 years. This is the natural next step for us and we are excited! We value our relationships with our travel partners, dive shops and Wholesalers, and will continue to offer customers their choice on how to book their diving vacation. Divers wishing to stay at alternative hotels or condos are welcome, as always of course. Complimentary shuttle service is available for boat diving, and now for shore and night diving too.”
Divetech’s headquarters will include a new 75 foot x 30 foot sea pool which is now in the process of being built at Lighthouse Point and opening Dec 1, 2015. This will introduce a new level of dive training adventures and the pool will be open to all Divetech divers. The sea pool is ocean fed, and will be a unique one-of-a-kind training pool for diving, providing calm waters and access to the incredible shore diving off Divetech’s Lighthouse Point ocean front condos.
Offering great dive and room packages with a number of Grand Cayman’s hotels, condos and B&B’s with daily complimentary shuttle service for pickup and drop-offs for morning and afternoon dives, is sure to position Divetech as one of the leaders in the industry within a very short time. It’s easy to get to the island by plane and once you see all the gorgeous dive sites, including the wreck of the Kittiwake, you will want to make this an annual vacation dive destination.