About Barbados Blue
The Barbados Blue Water Sports facility is conveniently located on the Hilton Hotel grounds approximately 150 meters from the lobby on the north beach known as Pebble’s beach. This advantageous location allows Barbados Blue staff to offer a full range of motorized and non-motorized recreational experiences: sea kayaking, boogie boarding, snorkeling, scuba diving and jet skiing, to name a few. All non-motorized water sports are free of charge to Hilton Hotel guests. Credit card or cash deposit is required to obtain equipment. Unfortunately it is not possible to place equipment deposits on the hotel guest tab.
We are open 7 days a week 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm
12:30 pm daily
Turtle & Shipwreck Snorkel
9:30 am or 2:00 pm
We have two custom dive boats to suit all conditions and preferences. We load and unload directly from the dive shop, and run all 4-stroke engines to reduce engine emissions, background noise and fuel consumption.
40′ aluminium pontoon barge powered by two Yamaha 4-stroke 115 hp marine series engines. This newly refurbished spacious cruiser is equipped with padded seats, large cover, front steps, and stereo system making the ride convenient and comfortable.
34′ Calypso hull powered by two new Yamaha 4-stroke 250 hp marine series engines. This beautiful powerboat provides quick smooth access to all snorkeling and dive sites. With cushioned seats, 2 ladders, surround sound and great personality She makes the boat ride part of the attraction!
Beautiful Caribbean Diving
Visiting mariners have for years commented on the vibrancy of the blue waters surrounding Barbados. Barbados, the most easterly island in the Caribbean archipelago is unlike many of the other islands in the Caribbean, which are volcanic. Barbados itself is an ancient coral reef with over 85% of its surface comprised of limestone. This phenomenon explains why Barbados’ topography below and above the surface is relatively moderate, and why shallow reefs can be found far offshore. Barbados’ limestone base, white coralline sand, clear oceanic waters, and its location at N13° 10 W59° 32, affects the wavelength of the light reflected. This gives us something unique, a colour, a feeling ... Barbados Blue!