Diving enthusiasts from all over the world have a boatload of Bahamas dive stories in their arsenal. With over a dozen wrecks to explore, and no shortage of seasoned dive masters on hand, eager to share with you their favorite dive spots, you could easily dedicate an entire vacation, and it’s not uncommon, just to scuba diving. If you live in breath diving, there are a number of reasons to consider making Nassau a scuba diving base. Nassau is home to one of the top rated dive centers in the world, Stuart’s Cove. Not only is it a premier diving facility, but it’s also the site of Stuart Cove Shark Adventure Dive. There is no greater adventure than diving with wild sharks off the coast of the Bahamas. There are only a handful of places on earth where you can swim in such close proximity to the mighty reef shark, and the Bahamas are one of them, so if nothing else convinces you that Nassau scuba diving is some of the finest diving in the world, coming face-to-face with a reef shark certainly should. Nassau is also the jump off point for some of the best wreck expeditions in the whole of the Caribbean. Experienced divers have the opportunity to follow their divemaster to depths of 80 feet, and explore a 100 foot freighter. Discover the array of wrecks and sunken treasures used in various Hollywood films such as James Bond and Jaws. Spend an entire day on the ocean floor with a two tank morning and afternoon session, or jump in for a quick power dive, scuba diving in Nassau never disappoints.