Scuba Diving

Seafari  was custom built as a dive platform for Scuba Diving, equipped with a fixed dive ladder for easy entry and exit through the transom door.

Commercial Charters & Research Diving  - The vessel Seafari   is available for charter to commercial diving companies for research, engineering, or repair work. Call about our commercial rates. 

Recreational Scuba Diving charters - Our Captains and Mates are Scuba Instructors or Dive masters and will adhere to Scuba safety regulations as they apply. All certification cards must be available for review upon arrival. There are as many as 20 different locations to explore the underwater world off the nine islands that comprise the Isles Of Shoals. Each area is unique and varies in composition of marine and aquatic life. An encounter with the seals off Duck or Boon Islands is a never to be forgotten experience!

 

 

Dive Locations

There are as many as 20 different locations to explore the underwater world off the nine islands that comprise the Isles Of Shoals

Dive locations: 

  • Nubble Light House,
  • Boon Island and Boon Island Ledge
    ( the wreckage field of the 'Empire Knight').
    *

 (NOTE:  Boon Island and Boon Island Ledge are exposed locations, all divers need to be advanced divers with strong swimming skills. These sites are not always diveable due to sea conditions.)

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Diving Sites
Dive sites located in and around the islands are such that diving can be accomplished in most weather and sea conditions. The sites offer interesting rock formations including small walls and overhangs. Other sites offer extensive underwater vegetation including large kelp beds. As with any cold water diving, visibility can be limited but due to the location of these islands offshore, they are rarely inhibited by the turbid waters found at the mouth of rivers and closer to the mainland. 

In the spring and early summer, the harbor seal population is quite extensive with divers occasionally encountering these animals below the surface. As the islands are well known for their fish population, divers encounter Bluefish, Stripers, Pollack, Mackerel, Cod, Wolfish, Ocean Pout, Sculpins, Sea Ravens, skates, eels and dogfish. In addition to the fish population there are crustaceans including lobsters and crabs, a variety of squid, shrimp, sand dollars, starfish, jellyfish, sea worms, sponges and sea anemones as well as the mollusk population including clams, scallops, oysters and snails.

Please check with these dive shops and clubs for dives scheduled aboard Seafari.

 

Name  City/Town  Phone E-Mail address
Aqua Ventures Hudson, NH 603-598-5110 diver@aqua-ventures.com
Boston, MA    
Atkinson, NH 603-362-6272 diving@discoverdiving.com
Wolfeboro, & Merrimack, NH 603-569-8080
603-889-7655
Barb's email
Lowell, MA   bsmith@genetics.com
Framingham, MA   Bill Werner
Rutland, VT 800-775-7797 diver@together.net
NE Dive Center Wallingford, CT 203-284-1880  
Chelmsford, MA 978-256-2300 info@northeastscuba.com
Portsmouth, NH 603-436-4887 info@portsmouthscuba.com
Somerville, Ma & Providence, RI 617-666-0410 diverjim@uniteddivers.com
Valley Divers Deerfield, MA 413-665-8111 mailto:bill@valleydivers.com
Colchester, VT 802-862-0963 vtscuba@aol.com
Waterfront Divers Burlington, VT 802-865-2771  

 


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