Saba is a MUST SEE on your list of island hopping with the best diving in this area of the Caribbean AND a very special topside: old world villages, great hiking, art galleries and small shops, a variety of restaurants.
Let Sea Saba be your
liaison---with a little notice we'll be pleased to coordinate diving, taxi
tours, dinner reservations, hot glass demonstrations and classes, whatever you like. Email us in advance and we can even forward the required forms to be completed by our harbor office, police and customs so that when you come to shore, the process can be quickly accomplished. Saba doesn't feel "touristy" yet we have the amenities to please our guests--assortment of restaurants, two banks with ATMs, Wifi throughout the island, an excellent local art gallery. However, don't expect a fancy marina or other yachting services. You will need to make your way to the harbor with your own dinghy unless you contact us in advance for rendezvous diving services. Do not attempt to access the island via any shore or perceived beach. Landing a dinghy on shore has proven many times to be treacherous and dangerous--it may not appear this way from the vantage point of your dock but please take note.
Saba's pride is reflected in the sincere hospitality you will feel starting with our friendly taxi driver who will 'take care of you for the day.'
Sea Saba is known as a professional dive operator with large, comfortable, uncrowded boats, knowledgable dive instructors and fabulous service--that starts right now. We offer rendezvous diving services on our boats as per our normal schedule of 3 dives each day. You can also charter one of our boats for half or full day charters to dive at your convenience, privately and to the dive sites of your choice. Additionally, we also offer qualified vessels (email Lynn for specifics) to charter our dive staff to dive off your vessel.
The rules of the Saba Marine Park are that all divers must dive through a local dive shop. As you have probably read, the Saba Marine Park does an outstanding job of protecting this wonderful resource and diving with professionals is just one of the ways to ensure this valuable resource remains for future generations.