CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS - My husband and I have done a lot of diving during cruises and almost always book outside the cruise company to better support local dive shops and get a more personalized experience. Grant Turk Diving was truly one of the absolute BEST experiences we've had diving on a cruise. We took a shared taxi to the dive shop ($5 per person, plus tip) and it was super easy to find a taxi outside the port. It's a very short drive (maybe 5 minutes) to the dive shop. We filled out our paperwork and we wasted no time getting to the dive boat. There were four of us diving (me, my husband, and two other divers we met on the cruise and invited along) and we simply walked across the street to the beach and climbed into the small boat, where our tanks and weights waited for us. Our first dive site was Mother Nature and it was one of the best dives I've had in the Caribbean. It was an impressive wall dive and we encountered a black tip reef shark, a few barracuda, a turtle, a sting ray, and even a frog fish, plus all the other regular underwater creatures. We had a 45 minute surface interval and then went to the site English Point and had another lovely dive. No super rare sitings other than a ray, but another great wall dive. But the best part? Our divemaster took us, in the boat, back to the beach near the ship. It was great! Then we just walked down the beach to get in the port and back on the boat. Jamal was our divemaster and he was absolutely wonderful. Fast, knowledgable, fun, and was able to spear several lion fish! I cannot say enough good things about this dive outfit! We HIGHLY recommend then, even if you're just visiting for the day on a cruise! We will be back to dive with them again!