BWD @ Somerset Bridge
longest running diving & Watersports centre located on the western edge of the island at Robinson's Marina, Somerset Bridge affording us the prime location on
the island to reach the most exciting wreck sites and the finest pristine reefs in Bermuda
We operate the following schedule.
- 9:00am 2-tank dive
- 1:30pm single tank dive
Photo: BWD @ Robinson's Marina Somerset Bridge
Tropical shallow water wreck & reef diving:
Is what all the excitement is about. Bermuda has over 300 wrecks and 200 square
miles of untouched reef around the tiny islands. It is the most accessible venue
in the western hemisphere.
sq. Kilometres of reef to explore!
Bermuda has the most northerly coral reef in the world. Our reef is truly expansive
and not a simple series of finger and groove formations. Most people associate
wreck diving with deep water, but not here. All of our diving is shallow (average
45-50 ft). We have plenty of "bottom time" to explore.
Healthy & resplendent:
Our reef system is healthy, resplendent with large sea fans and huge finger (Candelabra)
corals. The fringing reef system is home for a vast quantity of reef life. All
of Bermuda's marine environment is protected by the Bermuda Government's Marine
boat is purpose designed:
Photo: "Tsunami" - inside
"Tsunami" is based at Somerset Bridge, A 36ft Newton Dive Special, she easily accommodates 20 divers and still
cruises at 18 knots. With dive platform, boarding ladder, benches and tank racks, oxygen, first aid
kits, marine toilets, communications radios and all necessary safety equipment
Top name equipment:
Such as Sherwood, Bare and Scubapro are used in our rental line.
Photo: Inside the Somerset Bridge Dive Centre
for the novice:
We offer The Beginner/Resort Instruction and great snorkeling from the dive boat.
During the summer months, we offer exclusive snorkel trips designed specifically
for large groups. Sign up your conference or convention. Additional Watersports
activities can be arranged at our Elbow Beach Resort location.