Spend Quality Time Diving & Snorkeling With Your Family
Our commitment to family friendly diving vacations began 30 years ago. There is no better quality family time spent than on a Family Week in the Caribbean.
Family Weeks combine a fun, safe and educational program for all ages while spending quality time together relaxing and diving at your leisure.
** Ages 5 - 17 get 25% off!
Complimentary for ages 5 - 17:
Family week gift
Certification Open Water Check Out Dives (ages 10 and older)
Free resort “Intro to Scuba” course.
Various specialty courses will be offered throughout the week which will be complimentary and selected based on the group. (ages 10 and older)
Nitrox (after completion of specialty course)
UW Camera rental and course
Video production of the week
Family Friendly action-packed weeks:
Daily Activities will be organized and supervised throughout the day and evening.
Scuba diving (youth 10 and over)
Fish, coral & seashore creature I.D.
Beach combing & clean-up
Small boat handling and fishing
Underwater photography and video
Water safety and water games
Local culture and customs
Voted the Best Family Friendly Experience for 2024 by the readers of Scuba Diving Magazine.
The Perspective of a New Diver
EJ Elskens became a new diver during his Family Week dive vacation this summer. When he was assigned the project of creating a descriptive essay for Language Arts class, he decided to do "Learning to Dive". Great job EJ, we hope to see you again soon! Read EJ's Essay
Meet Two of Our Youngest Iron Divers
Congratulations to Lola & Carmen from Washington State. While on our 2022 Family Week aboard the Turks & Caicos Aggressor II, these 11 year old twin sisters participated in every dive offered, 26 to be exact. Quite an accomplishment!
We look forward to seeing you and your family again soon.
Meet Captain Jay
Captain Jay Roberts was born in Clearwater, Florida and grew up working in his father's diesel mechanic business after school. He has always loved being around the ocean. A certified instructor since 1996, he has enjoyed teaching and showing others the underwater world he loves so much. He is a graduate of Southern Arkansas University Tech in Computer Information Technology and practiced Architecture for eight years as an AIA member. He began working as the photo pro on board the Okeanos Aggressor in Cocos Island in 2002 and then went on to become Captain of the Belize Aggressor III. Jay holds a USCG 500-ton international captain’s license and resides in Augusta, Georgia with his family.
** Each child age 17 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Airfare, government fees & taxes are not included.