Wreck Diving in Coron, Palawan, Philippines

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Rocksteady Dive Center

We're not the cheapest, but you get what you pay for

Rocksteady Dive Center, Coron, Palawan, Philippines
Contact:Gerd and Karin
Location:Barangay 5, National Highway, Coron 5316, Palawan, Philippines
Member Since: Jan 26, 2012

Rocksteady Dive Center is a full-service dive centre, under German management, providing personalized and friendly scuba diving experiences for individuals and groups. We focus our diving with small groups with similar skill levels to ensure enjoyable and safe diving.

  • nearby decompression chamber, one of only 4 in the Philippines
  • compressors can fill up to 40% Nitrox
  • international scuba-diving staff of PADI and SDI Dive-Instructors and Divemasters
  • offers daily dive-trips to the 10 famous Japanese WWII wrecks of Coron Bay, several reef dives and dive tours to the spectacular Barracuda Lake
  • 3 newly-rebuilt house-owned bangkas
  • boats are equipped with an oxygen emergency-kit and spare-equipment

Dive Rates

includes: full equipment, torch (small), all entrance fees lake/wrecks, lunch, 1 softdrink, 1 beer, drinking water, divemaster service
  • 2 Fun Dives - Php 2,700/day
  • 3 Fun Dives - Php 3,500/day

Other Services

  • motorbike tours
  • island hopping

Picture Gallery (click the images)

divecrew island_hopping predive_briefing wreck_diagram
sunken_wreck wreck_interior wreckdivers lunch
Location: Live Interactive Google Map

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Rocksteady Dive Center

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(Jan 8, 2012) I did 2 wreck dives with Rocksteady - Olympia Maru and the Morazan Maru. I had one divemaster, Ronaldo, all for myself! Rocksteady ensures their equipment are dive-worthy, that people who dive together are more or less of the same skill level, and they keep the divemaster:diver ratio small. Equipment-fitting and sorting was done the day before to minimize delay on dive date. I found them professional who don't skip corners. They even had a spare tank/regulator at 5 meters for those low on air. Yes, they cost a little more, but it's worth it! I would not compromise on safety.