CARIBBEAN’S PREMIER DIVE OPERATION LAUNCHES IN DOMINICA
**Buddy Dive Dominica Launched August 1, 2015**
Roseau, Dominica (August 15, 2015)
Buddy Dive on Dominica set sail on its first voyage from the Fort Young Hotel’s jetty on August 2nd, marking the launch of the most complete dive experience in the Caribbean.
Buddy Dive on Dominica is a new partnership between Bonaire’s award-winning dive operator Buddy Dive Resort and the Fort Young Hotel, which for years has been known as the premium dive hotel on Dominica due to its perfect location and onsite facilities.
The original Buddy Dive Resort in Bonaire was named as one of the World’s Best Dive Resorts in Scuba Diving magazine’s 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards. Last year Dominica was declared the number one Dive Destination in the US and Caribbean by Scuba Radio. And there’s no better place to experience these reefs than from the Buddy Dive facilities at Fort Young Hotel. Along with a full stocked dive retail shop, teaching facilities, rental gear room, lockers, rinse tanks and outdoor showers, it has a private jetty right alongside one of its waterside bars, with a wide variety of world famous dive spots within 15 minutes, including the stunning Champagne Reef.
Furthermore, Dominica is just as famous for its whales as its reefs, with two thirds of all known whales species either resident or visiting the waters around the island each year. Therefore in addition to providing diving and snorkeling, Buddy Dive on Dominica is also offering whale watching trips.
To celebrate this new exiting milestone, Buddy Dive on Dominica is offering FREE boat dives!
Book any of our packages and get three 1-tank boat dives out of the package for FREE.
Packages start from $994 per person per week. This special is valid for travel until December 14th 2015 and can only be booked when mentioning “Press Release Dominica”.
Divers looking to make the most of a diving holiday in Dominica should check out Buddy Dive on Dominica’s Dive Into Nature package, which showcases Dominica’s volcanic vents, plunging sea walls, colorful reefs and soft corals. The package includes 7 nights/8 days stay at the Fort Young Hotel, complimentary breakfast, five 2-tank boat dives, 5 excursions, the marine park fee and airport transfers. Dive Into Nature packages start at US$1,553.32 and can be booked through Buddy Dive Central Reservations office at email@example.com | Toll Free (US/Canada) 1-866-GO-BUDDY | International reservations +599 717 5080 (ext. 524)
About Buddy Dive Resort Bonaire
Bonaire’s leading dive hotel is known for its personable staff, spacious accommodation and a dive operation that has something for every diver. There are eleven modern buildings housing spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments, a full service dive center, activity desk, two swimming pools, restaurant, pool bar, vehicle rentals and the famous drive-thru air and Nitrox fill station. Buddy Dive Resort was recognized as one of the World’s Best Dive Resorts in Scuba Diving magazine’s 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards. www.buddydive.com
About Buddy Dive on Dominica at the Fort Young Hotel
Dominica’s leading hotel is ideally located overlooking the ocean on the outskirts of Roseau, the capital of this rugged island in the Eastern Caribbean. The Fort Young’s unique architecture and rich history provide a combination of old world charm and spacious modern luxury in either 32 original rooms or 38 Oceanfront & Deluxe rooms, along with three suites. There is an on-site Dive Shop, Excursion Desk, Duty Free shopping as well as Massage & Wellness Center and Conference Rooms. Guests can dive some of the best reefs in the Caribbean from the private jetty, or trek off into the rainforests that stretch up the hills behind the hotel. Alternatively just relax in a rooftop jacuzzi; indulge with a spa treatment; or dine on local specialties in the newly refitted seafront restaurant. www.buddydivedominica.com
In a region saturated by tourism, Dominica remains one of the hidden gems of the Caribbean. It’s known as the “Nature Island’ thanks to its abundance of natural splendors: 365 rivers, the second largest boiling lake in the world, volcanoes, mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, and black and white sand beaches. Much of the island is protected under national parks, one of which has been given UNESCO World Heritage status.