Cruise Ship Travel
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Cruise ship travel is a great way to get to scuba dive in British Columbia.
Not only are Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia premiere scuba diving and tourist destinations, they are also very popular cruise ship destinations.
During the May to September months, many of the world’s best cruise lines stop in at the Ports of Victoria or Vancouver as part of their scenic Alaska Cruise.
Cruise ships from Celebrity, Princess, Holland America, Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Regent Seven Seas, Norwegian and Cruise West cruise lines (and Disney in 2011) bring thousands of passengers to our cities during the Alaskan cruise ship season.
If you plan ahead, you can combine your beautiful Alaskan Cruise ship holiday with a day or more of scuba diving in the cool, green waters of British Columbia, or arrange for a wonderful eco tourism or West Coast eco adventure sight seeing tour.
Trying to fit in a few dives at some of the world’s best scuba diving sites will require a lot of planning ahead of time but will be worth every minute of your time.
Review your time table now and start booking, or contact an experienced
Cruise ship travel agent.
You can also book a scuba safari with a certified private divemaster in British Columbia......
My preferred PADI certified safari host is Mark Leichnitz of Coral Reef Films.
Book through CoolDives and we can arrange for Mark to pick you up at the cruise ship terminal with required equipment and meals ready.
He will take you to experience some great British Columbia diving, and then return you to your cruise ship in time for your departure.
And, you will even receive a free custom DVD of your scuba diving experience in British Columbia.
He can also return your rented scuba gear for you.
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