The Perfect Escape

Bimini is what we remember the Florida Keys as thirty years ago. Shallow and deep reefs were thriving, undamaged by decades of hooks, anchors, and pollution. An explosion of colorful fish and sponges was just a 30-minute flight on Chalk’s or an hour and a half in a fast boat from Ft. Lauderdale. Whether it was a once-in-a-lifetime dive on Victory Reef or a lazy afternoon on the wreck of the Sapona, your gear is the last thing you want to distract you from an amazing experience.

Diving should be about sharing great experiences. Your gear should disappear on your body during the dive, just as it should disappear from your concerns before and after. If you are uncomfortable because your BC is shifting around on your body, you won’t enjoy your dive. If you can’t maintain good trim and end up feet-down in the coral, you won’t enjoy your dive. Bad gear designs are frustrating; you want to spend your time at the End of the World celebrating a life-changing experience, not struggling against ill-fitting dive gear.

The same simplicity and ruggedness of Halcyon equipment required for a deep cave exploration project will satisfy your needs on the most recreational of dives in this oasis of reefs and ledges.