Carib Inn augments their selection of quality dive equipment on Bonaire with the expansion of their retail store.
The retail store at Bruce Bowker’s Carib Inn has always been well known on Bonaire for great prices on quality dive and snorkel equipment. The store is entirely staffed by PADI instructors, insuring that shoppers will receive a perfect fit or advice on best equipment for their own personal needs.
Knocking out walls leads to more space and display areas.
Now, Carib Inn has expanded their retail store, so there is even more opportunity to have great dive gear stocked on Bonaire at good prices. After spending quite some time on calculating how to expand the store, it was finally decided to tear down a wall. It took a few days of planning, and a few evenings of work, so as not disrupt daily services, but it is done and is looking spiffy. The biggest challenge was keeping the dust contained when breaking the concrete wall, but all went well.
Wetsuits are featured in the new alcove.
The store now has a much more open feeling and a lot more space. The new area features all the wetsuits and related items with women’s on the left side and men’s on the right. When I visited recently, I was informed that additional new displays and lighting are ordered and on their way to Bonaire.
We found a great value on booties!
While in the store, we found a really great value, and so we want to share it with our Bonaire Insider readers. Currently, Carib Inn has booties for snorkeling or diving at only $39.00, but with a buy one, get two special. Different sizes can be purchased on this special, effectively making the price $19.50 per pair! If you are on Bonaire, and need some foot protection for shore diving or shore snorkeling, check out the thick-soled booties at Carib Inn. Be sure to bring your fins to check the fit.
Carib Inn is conveniently located at J. A. Abraham Blvd 46, with ample parking.
(Source: Bonaire Insider Reporter)
Susan Davis has been living on Bonaire for over 25 years. She is a PADI Master Instructor, and an underwater and topside photographer. She also enjoys writing on The Bonaire Insider tourism news blog.