Instead of trying to continually adjust our pricing relevent to our greedy oil company’s needs, we have decided to charge for the boat and whatever the cost of fuel is for that particular day. I like to think it’s a more
practical and fair way. This way you are only paying for what is actually used. For example, If we end up doing a shorter destination (ie: Aeolus/Spar or an in-shore dive ) because of weather, experience or choice,
YOU save! This way you only pay for what you use.Here’s a ESTIMATE of what the boat burns per day. It is only an estimate based on experience. Weight, sea conditions, & speed all affect the actual burn rate.Mutiny
II cruises at approx 17 kts at about 25 gls per hr. She has a capacity of 500 gls of fuel.Tips are not included. Normal tipping of your mates- as you would in a restaurant receiving good service.Boat Policies
The Mutiny II accommodates a group of 6 divers more than comfortably. U.S.C.G reg.s only allows us 6. The boat is set up to carry and secure every diver with either two tanks or one set of doubles, a pony bottle or deco
bottle, one bag of gear, and one bag of dry items for the cabin.Atlantic Beach also welcome your scooters, spear guns and cameras. While we’d love for you to remain united with every single piece of gear you’ve
ever owned be considerate. Captain, as always has the right to limit gear. Exceptions will be considered on a case by case basis.Each diver is also guaranteed a bunk or sofa to crash on for the ride in &
out should they so choose. Just about every surface on the rear deck is cushioned. Bean bag chairs are also available for sun worshippers.The wheel house sports a great view, has seating for 7 plus the Captain.
Brand new Stratoglass encloses the entire bridge for “sporty days” or divers can relax in the salon where you can watch your favorite movie or DVD on our 42″ LCD T.V – 2 separate Sound systems are available for “top
side” or “inside”. 85 gallons of fresh hot & cold running water are at your finger tips. Showers, full head, A/C are all par for this boat. Galley is equipted with microwave, range and mid size refridgerator/freezer.
Several large coolers are onboard to keep drinks, lunches, beer, and snacks cool.Spear fishing is permitted for fish in season and of size, and can also be stored in the cooler. Storage bags are available.Atlantic
Beach recommend you bring additional ice for the fish cooler if fishing. Ice is available at the dock. We respectfully request that you keep wet and dripping dive gear, wetsuits included, out of the cabin. We know you
love your gear. We all do. We’ll all love it if you can keep it outside where it belongs, thereby keeping our cabin as fresh-smelling as possible for all our divers.
Boat – Mutiny II has the latest & greatest in safety gear for boat. She is equipted with state of the art GPS – E.P.I.R.B (emergency position indicator radio beacon), a ten person, inspected, USCG approved survival
raft. Safety flares, smoke parachutes, USCG approved P.F.D’s (personal floatation device) with signal devices & 5 fire fighting stations. 1st aid kits are available in 2 stations and 3 emergency O2 bottles are available
for dive injuries. All Mutiny II crew are 1st aid & CPR certified. Remember we can be up to 45 miles from home. USCG response time is at min. hopefully 90 minutes away. Hopefully!! Dive smart & please don’t
take any unncessary risk.Divers – All divers must show proper dive credentials upon arrival. Divers must have a wreck reel, signal sausage or lift bag. Dan insurance is cheap and Highly reccomended.
Charter prices include two offshore dives, weather permitting, with the exception of the Naeco & other wrecks farther south. These fall into the extended day. We make every effort to accommodate requests for specific
wrecks, but again … we are fettered by the whims of Mother Nature. The captain has the final say regarding dive sites after considering all the variables affecting us.
Aboard the Mutiny II, the safety of our divers is paramount. We ask that all our divers communicate with us regarding their dive profiles, and any problems they may be experiencing. As much as possible, we try to keep recreational
charters and technical charters separate. Since this is not always possible, we ask that divers with longer planned run times inform the captain and crew of their planned profile, and be ready to splash as soon as the
boat is tied in. In this way, we know when to begin expecting divers back aboard the boat.
We prefer our divers to gear themselves up. We will put your fins on you at the exit point, check to ensure your gas is on and log you out. If you need help, ASK! Our crew works for tips and will be glad to assist whenever
they are able. The ladder for re-boarding the boat is a fin ladder, so keep those fins on until you’re safely on the dive platform. A crew member will remove your fins, assist you to your seat, and hand them to when
you’re seated.* We require all divers dive with a snorkel, a lift bag and safety/wreck reel, and a signaling device of some kind, for safety* AND have adequate dive insurance through either DAN or Diveassure.
Please be prepared to show a certification card at the time you sign your waiver. Any cert card is fine (AOW, Stress and Rescue, etc). Due to the advanced and volatile nature of North Carolina diving, an advanced open water
certification is required. Open water divers are welcome if accompanied by a certified & insured dive master or instructor. (max 1 on 1) Mutiny II can arrange for a dive master or Instructor to dive with you if
advance notice is given for a nominal fee. Everyone has to start somewhere.For those breathing Nitrox, have your Nitrox card available to show to the fill station attendant including an advanced Nitrox card
for mixes higher than 40%.