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Treasure Divers not only cares about scuba diving in the Abaco's,
we are also care about the environment.
To keep Abaco dive sites & beaches enjoyable for future generations,
we adopt the following diving code:
Our dive boat captains never anchor on the coral. Coral reefs are easily broken and damaged by anchors that may break off hundreds of years of growth. At dive sites around The Abaco's, we tie up to mooring buoys or anchor carefully in sand. The buoy lines often assist our scuba divers with safe enjoyable and relaxing descents, ascents and safety stops.
We help to make sure our scuba divers are properly weighted. Extra weights are hung below the dive boat on a separate weight belt and can easily be added to the special weight pockets in our Buoyancy Compensators.
We do not touch corals, rest on them or kick them. Corals are living animals and are easily damaged even by gentle handling. Avoiding contact with the corals helps to keep The Abaco's dive sites healthy and enjoyable for the next generation.
We avoid kicking up the sand as much as possible. Kicking up a lot of sand spoils the visibility for you and other scuba divers and can damage corals and other reef organisms when it settles.
We leave all corals and reef animals where they are. Corals are the "building blocks" of the reef and grow slowly. We do not support killing sea urchins to feed the fishes.
Please help us in protecting the reefs for all to enjoy.