The PPK Diving Club SSI
Try the experience of scuba diving in Guadeloupe, in the heart of a national park, in the famous “Cousteau Reserve”.
You will have nothing to bring with you because all of the equipment (swim-gear) is on board.
Share our passion and enjoy the experience of diving in Guadeloupe.
All of our activities are supervised by qualified only instructors or state graduates who will accompany and advise you throughout your diving adventure.
Night Dive with instructor 55 euros
1 Dive with instructor 45 euros
2 dives with instructor 85 euros
Guided Snorkeling Excursion
Go on a guided snorkeling tour through out the Malendure Bay and into and around the Cousteau Reserve. You will enjoy the best spots of this beautiful natural park and have a guide with you throughout this excursion. You will go out in in boat and then you will be able to go out and swim in these rich marine waters.
Prices for tour
35 euros for adults
25 euros for kids ages from 6 – 12
Discover the islets that are located in the Malendure Bay. Get to go on a wonderful tour of these secluded and protected islets.
For the young and the old you can discover the underwater worlds and enjoy watching the green see turtles of Malendure Bay swimming safely in peace. Also discover Malendure Bay by snorkeling with the rental kit at our diving club along with a safety buoy.
Prices For Rentals
2 hour snorkel rental 5 Euros
2 hour Zayak 15 Euros
If you wish to continue diving in Malendure Bay it is advisable to undergo training with an instructor to better understand and know the safety rules and procedures.
Ship Wreck Diving
Originally christened ORESUND and built in Denmark in 1958, this hourglass cargo ship of about 50 meters long first sailed in Copenhagen (Denmark) and then on the coast of La Rochelle in the 70s.
It is bought by a company of Gosier (Guadeloupe) in 1983.
After a few years of sailing in the Caribbean, the ship suffered like so many others like it, the passage of hurricane Hugo in 1989.
Abandoned to his fate, the ship will finally be cleared and sunk as an artificial reef on June 9, 1996 off Malendure in Bouillante (Guadeloupe).
The ship now lies flat on his keel on a sandy bottom at about 24 meters below the sea. (accesible from level 1)
The Augustin Fresnel
This 53 meter marker vessel was built in the late 1940s in Canada. After serving in the Mediterranean Sea (Marseille and Corsica) for the Lighthouses and Beacons, it was reconditioned in 1990 and is assigned to Point to Pitre to maintain the markup of the West Indies Guyana.
He was retired in 1994, and after clearance, sank as an artificial reef on July 9, 2003.
It rests right on its keel on a bottom of sand to 31 meters. (accessible from PE40)
Launched at sea under the name GEOCANIQUE in 1953, the GUSTAVIA was a 49-meter hourglass freighter.
Renamed GUSTAVIA in 1982, it carried out goods and transports between Guadeloupe and the islands of the North like Saint Barth and Saint Martin.
It remained docked in the port of Point a Pitre during the passage of Hurricane Hugo on September 17, 1989, it suffered heavy damages and later was declared unfit for navigation.
It sank in May 1991 off the Pigeon islets and became the first ship cleaned and transformed into an artificial reef.
It rests on a sandy bottom at 40 meters of depth. (accessible from PE40)
From 55 Euros
First Time Dive
We call it the baptism and then you enter the world of silence. Accessible to everyone from 6 years old, it allows, by your self and also accompanied by a certified or state-certified instructor, to discover the beauty of the underwater world in complete safety. A baptism lasts about 20 minutes and takes place between the surface and 3 to 6 m
55 Euros For Adults
45 Euros For Kids 14 And Under
Any entry into the program will require the presentation a medical certificate for diving issued by a general practitioner for the preparation levels 1, 2 and 3. For children training, it will provide a medical certificate to diving issued by a FFESSM doctor, hyperbaric doctor or exercise physiologist.