Two afternoon dives were set for the afternoon of our second day there. The dive operator was Stuart Cove's. They are famous. If you've read any scuba dive magazine you've probably heard of them or seen their adds. They have a free shuttle bus that picks you up and returns you to the Sheraton, among other hotels, also! I dove with them back in 2004. It was actually where I did my 3rd and 4th open water certification dives. I've had great experiences on both trips. Since then about 8 years have passed and they're location changed slightly. Still on the same area/side of the island. Leeward side I believe. In 2004 we had to motor out a little canal passed the Bahamian coast guard (?) to the sea. Their new location is along a tiny little canal, just about long enough to hold all their boats and lined with their shop. It opens right to the sea and all our dives were within 15 minutes of the shop. Gear up when you get on the boat. It won't take long.
Today's afternoon dives were part of the "Shark Adventure". You will see sharks! Caribbean reef sharks. They are not man eating. Follow the rules by your guide and you have virtually nothing to fear if you can choke down your natural instincts that is. Back in 2004 the sharks were a little daunting for me but having done those dives then I was fine. It was about 10 minutes out to the site. Both dives are actually located in the same spot, right next to each other. Shark Wall and Shark Arena. Shark Arena is a round sandy area located almost directly below the boat. Shark Wall is about a 60 foot swim away to the South.
Here's the video I got from my GoPro - http://youtu.be/X0oTpxvfM1w