As mentioned on the previous page the most advantageous thing about diving with Sunset House is the convenience and availability. Within a few steps of your room you arrive at your locker. If you're planning a shore dive you suit up at the locker, walk a few steps more to the water's edge and jump in. If you're planning a boat dive you pack your gear and walk just a few steps more to the boat loading area. You can't beat the ease and convenience of diving at Sunset House.
Even more important than the convenience is the availability. Located just off shore is a reef system that, while much of it is not spectacular, is fun to dive, and you don't have to mess with boats. Our typical day of diving at Sunset House begins with a two-tank morning boat dive. In the afternoon we may take the one-tank boat dive or opt for a shore dive at Sunset House or some other location. After completing our day dives we visit the dive shop and secure tanks for our evening dives. Most days we do one night dive and sometimes two depending on how exhausted we might be. Four dives in a day isn't uncommon for Anne and I when we're in the mood. Five, admittedly, is pushing it, but is occasionally doable.
The pictures on this page were all taken while diving at the Sunset Hose reef. Enjoy!
What better way to start than by looking at pictures of the Sunset House reef's two resident and friendly Gray Angels. Like Fred did in previous years, these two angels (as yet unnamed ... em, let's think of a name, how about Ralph and Alice in honor of the "The Honeymooners."