Our team will be here for you, whether you are looking to freedive with humpback whales, hike through volcanic mountains, discover thunderous waterfalls or simply fish and relax on a pristine coral beach. Whatever you are looking for, we can create the perfect itinerary for the adventure of a lifetime.
Tahiti Dive Management has the knowledge and experience to create the perfect itinerary for your charter. Whether you are looking to observe the magnificent creatures that call the South Pacific home, or wish to travel to one of the numerous uninhabited islands, we can make it happen. Tell us your specific requirements and we will use our intimate local knowledge to deliver the experience of a lifetime.
Our team of professional guides and instructors can offer you diving courses from beginner to Pro! Courses are taught in accordance with international training agencies such as CMAS, SSI and PADI.
Rebreathers offer an unparalleled dive experience and even closer encounters with marine life! Our team is trained and teaches on many different units. TDM is able to assist with and prepare all the equipment required for tech diving.
Every year, between August and November, humpback whales travel about 3,000 miles from the Antarctic to the warm tropical waters of the South Pacific to mate and give birth. Tahiti Dive Management is an Official Operator licensed by the Polynesian government to offer encounters with these giants of the sea, both from the boat and in the water! We work in collaboration with NPO, OCEANIA and other marine biologists so that our observations contribute to local scientific knowledge.
In 2006, French Polynesia became the first country in the world to introduce measures to protect the shark population, thereby creating the biggest shark sanctuary in the world! We can observe more than 12 different species throughout French Polynesia, and each archipelago offers its own unique encounters. As an active member of the Polynesia Shark Observatory, our experts will take you as close as possible to the sharks. We also run conferences so that you can learn more about iconic sharks such as the Tiger and the Great Hammerhead!
In 2002, the Ministry of the Environment created the “Marine Mammal Sanctuary of French Polynesia,” which gave dolphins special protection. All year round we can observe the three main species of dolphin; bottlenose, spinner and rough-toothed in their natural environment. In Rangiroa you can easily dive with bottlenoses at Tiputa Pass, where they like to sidle up beside you to say, “Hello!”
Probably one of the most majestic fish in the world. The true legend of scuba diving. They often gather at a cleaning station, or in other areas where there is a high concentration of plankton. All species of mantas can be found throughout French Polynesia, from the Society Islands to the Marquesas. Since 2015, Tahiti Dive Management has worked with the ORP and Manta Trust data base in order to study the population of manta rays in the region.
Our tenders are available to hire as support on individual dives, or for the whole of your visit to French Polynesia. They are fully equipped and can accompany your main vessel, giving you the freedom to explore areas that may otherwise be inaccessible for larger yachts. Our tenders are crewed by Tahiti Dive Management to guarantee the level of service required by your guests.
8.6m HIGHFIELD PATROL
300 Hp SUZUKI
12 Pax or 8 divers
Fuel Tank 430 L
Water Tank 100 L
Cooler 65 L
Lenght 10 m
Breadth 3.6 m
2 x 250 Hp SUZUKI
20 pax or 12 divers
Fuel Tank 900 L
Water Tank 100 L
Cooler 65 L
15 FT Highfield
60 Hp Mercury
Fuel tank 45L
Using our network of trusted suppliers, we are able to deliver an unparalleled choice of scuba equipment and services direct to your yacht. We can source, organise and deliver all of the latest hi-tech scuba diving equipment available on the market, including tanks, oxygen & medical emergency dive kits, compressors, rebreather supplies…and more!
All equipment is available for either hire or purchase