Come and visit the world underwater with Diver’s World. Our custom trips are designed to give you an amazing diving experience at a wonderful resort designed for divers.
Each of our dive trips is unique and exotic. We try to find boutique experiences that you will remember for a lifetime.
Join Diver’s World for a return trip to the “Graveyard of the Atlantic” in Morehead City, NC. With an estimated 2,000 shipwrecks scattered along the coastline, North Carolina is consistently voted #1 in North American Wreck Diving by Scuba Diving magazine’s Readers’ Poll.
We will dive all types of wrecks from WW II subs to freighters off the coast of Morehead City, NC with Olympus Dive Center. The water will be warm with great visibility with many tropical fish, lobster, critters & sharks living on the wrecks.
Fly down, drive yourself or travel with your diving friends! You can make your own hotel, cottage, or Air B&B reservations.
Trip details: NC23
Click here to see an exciting video made by Diver’s World Dive Master Jeremy Bannister from our 2014 trip!
Anyone need a break after Thanksgiving?
Cayman Brac Beach Resort is a much-loved getaway for divers of all ages. Enjoy the casual ambiance of our 40-room resort and experience world-class diving, including the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts wreck, just a short Reef Divers’ boat ride away. Relax during non-dive time in our large, freeform pool and spa, or sip your favorite beverage at our Tipsy Turtle Bar’s top deck—the perfect spot for catching sunsets. Feeling adventurous? Hike the Brac’s nature trails, explore some of the island’s caves, or even try rock climbing on the Bluff.
Trip Details here: Brac 2023
Don’t go anywhere without Dive Insurance.
Your primary medical insurance may exclude scuba diving as a hazardous recreational activity and/or may not provide coverage when you are traveling out of the country. If it does provide coverage, it may pay only a minimal amount for chamber treatments. There are also often large out-of-pocket payments for deductibles and co-pays. These alone can total thousands of dollars.
For more information: Divers’ Alert Network