Chub Cay Divers
We are a watersports and island tour center, offering our services exclusively to guests of Chub Cay Resort & Marina.
Our location is ideal for accessing the many small cays of the Berry Islands and their beautiful coral reefs.
Our activities are suitable for all ages and experience levels. Specializing in customized experiences to ensure you get the best vacation!
Coral reef only 5 mins from our marina. Dive with sharks, turtles and thousands of fish!
PADI Five Star Dive Resort
PADI Five Star Dive Resorts excel in providing traveling scuba divers with memorable scuba diving experiences by providing professional and outstanding service. These dive operations are progressive PADI Resorts that offer the full range of PADI scuba programs, have a good equipment selection and offer dive activities that promote aquatic environmental responsibility. PADI Five Star Dive Resorts are committed to providing quality diver training and continuing education programs that include dive experiences and environmental awareness. These dive businesses often cater to the traveling diver, but are also active in the local community promoting the benefits of recreational scuba diving and snorkeling
Chub Cay & the Berry Islands
Legendary throughout the world for sport fishing and diving, Chub Cay also has miles of sandy beaches and a turtle-filed mangroves. As a private island, Chub Cay is exclusively for guests of the resort and marina. Guests enjoy a newly constructed Clubhouse with full service hotel, restaurant, indoor and outdoor bars, an infinity pool overlooking our amazing Sunset Beach, and many amenities.
Chub is part of the Berry Islands, a chain of about 30 islands and over 100 small cays, often referred to as the ‘Fish Bowl of the Bahamas’. The Berry islands are relatively undeveloped with only one town on Great Harbour Cay. Don’t be surprised to be the only one wandering around the many white sand beaches.
Chub Cay is perfectly located being right at the pocket of the tongue of the ocean on one side, and miles of sand flats on the other. The tongue of the ocean is a deep water trench, reaching depths up to 6600 feet, surrounded by coral reefs full of fish. The TOTO trench was carved during the ice age, ice sheets locked the water in on land which eroded into canyons. After the ice age ended and the water melted it filled up the shelf when water retired to sea level. On the sand flats you will see a beautiful calm ocean where the water color changes to 9 shades of blue, giving us protected access to explore the other islands.
Getting to Chub Cay
Just 45 minutes from South Florida by plane, Chub Cay can be your gateway to the islands or a destination in itself! Chub Cay has a marina with slips ranging from 40 – 160 feet and an international airport with a 5000 foot runway. Customs and Immigration are open daily, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.