For Certified Divers

Navigate Longer Distances

See More of the Ocean

A Turbo Diving Experience to Explore More of the Underwater World

Lightweight and efficient, the Sea-Doo Seascooter is an ideal accessory for scuba divers. Running at a speed of 2.5 miles per hour and diving as deep as 100 feet, the scooter will help you navigate your way through choppy currents and long swims all the while exploring one of our favorite dive spots and extending bottom time. Make the most of your Puerto Rico diving experience by using the scooter and seeing more of the ocean and its inhabitants.


Navigate your way through choppy currents and long swims

Cover more ground with the help of the scooter

Visit dive sites further from the shore

Increase the time you spend on the ocean floor

Feel confident in the water by completing a knowledge review before diving

2 DPV dives can earn PADI DPV diver specialty certification

Trip Details

Trip Details


$95 per person

Departure time

9 AM

Meeting point

Rincón Diving & Snorkeling- 2207 Ave Pedro Albizu Campos Carr Rd 115 Km 12.0, Rincón, PR 00677, Puerto Rico, USA


Daily, year-round


4 hours

Group size

Maximum 3 divers per instructor


  • Tanks and weights
  • DPV scooter
  • Expert safety briefings and instruction
  • Drinking water – bring your refillable water bottle for free refills from our filtered rainwater collection

Not included

  • Transportation from dive center to entry point at the beach
  • Wetsuit (available to rent)
  • Regulator, buoyancy control device, compass, surface marker buoy, and dive gauges (these are required for the tour) – rentals available
  • Mask, snorkel, and fins

What to bring

  • Diver certification
  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Reef-safe sunscreen

Good to know

  • Divers must have their diver certification
  • Age limit: minimum 10 years old
  • You will be required to complete a PADI Medical Questionnaire at check-in. Please review in advance.  If you have any of the health conditions listed on the medical statement you will not be able to participate without a doctor’s consent. Call the dive center if you have any concerns.
  • As part of the training, you will learn that you need to allow 18 hours to pass before flying after diving!
  • After equipment fitting, you will follow the guide in your own transportation to the entry point for the snorkeling tour (5 min +/- from the dive center). If you need transportation from the dive center and back, please give the dive center a call so advance arrangements can be made. Additional charges may apply.
  • It is important to drink plenty of water before arrival for hydration.
  • Apply ocean-friendly/reef-safe sunscreen before arrival so it soaks into you and not the precious reef. Ocean-friendly sunscreen is available for purchase at the dive center.

What You’ll See & Do

Explore more of Rincón’s diving sites with the addition of a scooter. After completing a knowledge review and briefing on how to use the scooter, we’ll head to the beach.

We’ll begin by wading into the water from the shore and navigating through the ocean with our scooters to carefully selected dive sites. Your instructor will choose the spot with the best visibility so that you can explore the multitude of sea creatures in the surrounding waters.

Spot parrotfish, butterflyfish, blue tangs, sergeant majors, angelfish, and squirrelfish. We may also see octopuses, rays, and sea turtles. The Tres Palmas Marine Reserve is also home to a variety of coral including elkhorn.

Answers to Your Questions

No. This is a DPV Diver (scooter) training course. You might have so much fun that you want to do an additional DPV dive to earn your PADI DPV Diver specialty certification.

Water temperature in Puerto Rico ranges from 78 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter months (December-March) to 84 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months. Most divers get cold in the winter months and a wetsuit is recommended. At other times of the year, wetsuits are good for abrasion protection. Wetsuits are available for rental for an additional fee, check out our rental rates.

The temperate waters of Puerto Rico are home to many species of fish of all sizes. Some we see every day are parrotfish, butterflyfish, blue tangs, sergeant majors, angelfish, squirrelfish. In fact, look at a fish ID guide for the Caribbean and we see those same characters every day. Ahhh… life in paradise.

The minimum age for scuba certification is 10 years.

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ page!

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