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Snorkeling from Nassau


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I've heard that you can do an excursion from Nassau that takes you to a couple of snorkeling spots, and finishes with a snorkeling with sharks stop. I've already swam with the pigs, and that is all that I am finding. We will be there sometime after Nov 10--not sure of the date. 

 

Has anyone ever done this? I know DH won't be getting in the water, so does the boat have a comfortable, shaded place to sit? An onboard bathroom? 

 

The person that told me about this did it years ago but they dove with the sharks. He said that some people snorkeled. 

 

I'd like to try to find a small excursion, as there will be 5-6 ships in port that day. 

 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions. 

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Years ago I dove with Stuart Cove dive shop which was on the opposite side of the island. We did a shark feeding dive. I'm not sure that they still are in business or if they have a snorkel dive with sharks, but you could research.

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On 9/29/2023 at 6:46 PM, trouble1964 said:

I've heard that you can do an excursion from Nassau that takes you to a couple of snorkeling spots, and finishes with a snorkeling with sharks stop. I've already swam with the pigs, and that is all that I am finding. We will be there sometime after Nov 10--not sure of the date. 

 

Has anyone ever done this? I know DH won't be getting in the water, so does the boat have a comfortable, shaded place to sit? An onboard bathroom? 

 

The person that told me about this did it years ago but they dove with the sharks. He said that some people snorkeled. 

 

I'd like to try to find a small excursion, as there will be 5-6 ships in port that day. 

 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions. 

 

I've scuba dove with Stuart Cove, they offer snorkeling which I've never done.  They're the ones that contract with the cruise ships.  Once you get out of the secured port area there's the main road and a bus stop, the bus stop is where they pick you up

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