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Make Today The Day to Learn Something New 

During a slower time and with lots of invaluable time in our hands, learning something new will help you transition to normality quicker. Whether you want to polish on your scuba skills or learn new skills, discovering the magic of the underwater realm from the comfort of your home is easy.

We will mail you Books and DVD.  You will have plenty of time to complete the academic portion of any course you are interested in. We will give you an outline of the course & once it is safe to travel again we will set up a schedule.

When your course will be completed, instead of issuing a regular certification card (included in the course cost), we will issue a special Project Aware certification card.  100% of the cost is our donation to Project Aware Foundation. 100% to supports conservation work, driving change for a clean and healthy ocean, thriving with abundant marine life.

Thank you for supporting our business, and thank you for helping us, help Project AWARE & the planet

call Today 340-775-4220 Or email [email protected]

check below these cool Project Aware Certification Cards!!

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Coki Dive Center is located at Coral World adjacent to Coki Beach, the premier snorkeling & dive site on St. Thomas

Customer Reviews

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First Time Scuba Diving

That was so much fun. We had the best time there. Thank you again. And the pictures came out great. We are going to get our certifications.

– Heidi E., TripAdvisor
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Great Dives

Great dive location especially for low-time divers. we (family of 4) dove 1- beach and 1-boat dive per day for 4 days at Coki Dive Center. Peter and his team were fantastic and he was very easy to work with. This is my second dive vacation there. We definitely will come back.

– Paul C., TripAdvisor
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Great Dive Experience

Great diving experience. would definitely do it again. saw lots of fish and underwater life. it was my boyfriend's first time diving.

– Elizabeth P., TripAdvisor
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Great Shore Dive!

We dove with Coki 2.5 years ago and came back to dive with them again-our second trip (4th dive with them) did not disappoint!... This shore dive always has a lot to offer with such a beautiful reef right outside of Coral World. Highly recommend the crew & location at Coki!

– Beckie H., TripAdvisor

Some facts about our friends

Did you know that Blue Tangs eat Sargassum seaweed?

Seaweed and algae will strengthen the Blue Tang’s immune system, reduce aggression and improve their overall health.

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Common for all puffer fish, is the ability to ingest huge amount of water (and air sometimes) which increases their body size and turn them into odd-looking ball-like creatures. Quick transformation scares predators. Scientists believe that puffer fish developed this tactic as a method of the self-defense because they are poor swimmers that cannot escape from the danger quickly.

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While angelfish are generally peaceful fish, they are childish and can be aggressive toward one another, especially when attempting to pair off and spawn. … This does not mean they are aggressive, as many aquarists believe; like most fish, they are opportunistic and will eat anything that fits into their mouth.

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Octopuses are ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight arms and bulbous heads. Some other fun facts: They have three hearts and blue blood; they squirt ink to deter predators; and being boneless, they can squeeze into (or out of) tight spaces. They are quite intelligent and have been observed using tools