A fantastic opportunity to purchase an established and Government authorised Dive Centre, situated in the popular tourist area of Tambor, Costa Rica, close to the major tourism towns in the area of the Nicoya Peninsula. The sale includes rental equipment (only 1 year old!), compressor (only 110h!), multi-lingual website with prominent search engine results and modern fitted dive centre with very low rental price. The Dive Centre would be suitable for an Individual or Instructor couple and comes with enormous potential for the right buyer.
Selling price US$ 75,000
Tambor, Country Golf Club Los Delfines, Costa Rica. Store has 150m2, rental per month is only $ 200 (special deal with resort owner).
One is just on the top of our shop (approx. 25 x 10m, 1.80cm deep) a second huge one at Barceló hotel (whit area 2.5m deep).
National Airport Tambor (1 mile), 27 minutes flight to San José
International Airports: Liberia (3 hours), San José (2.5 hours, including ferry 1hour)
Hotel Barceló Tambor (1.000 guests, 2 miles). We have access to the hotel 7 days a week, we can use the pool for FREE without paying any charge.
Next towns with hotels & tourism
Tambor 3 miles, Montezuma 12 miles, Santa Teresa 15 miles, Mal País 15 miles.
Coltri Compressor MCH16/EM 220V with only 110hours
Coltri Service Kit, pads and so on, worth $ 1.000
Alu tanks (2010): 22 x 80cu
Wetsuits MARES Rover 24: 15 x 3mm (march 2012), 9 x 5 mm (march 2011)
BCD’s MARES Rover: 12 (march 2011)
Regulator Rover: 12 (march 2011)
Octopus Rover: 12 (march 2011)
Mission 1 (dive console): 8 (march 2011)
Mission 2c (dive console with compass): 4 (march 2011)
Fins Challenge : 30 pair (march 2011)
Mask: 30 (march 2011)
Snorkel: 30 (march 2011)
160 pounds weights, 20 belts
Service kits and tool sets for BCD’s, Regulators, mask: worth $ 1.000
Dive Boat Apex 26’ with 120hp Mercruiser inboard diesel engine, US$ 35.000
Dive Boat Apex 26’ with 2 x 150hp Yamaha gasoline out boarder, US$ 55.000
MARES Shop (suits, mask, fins, BCD’s, dive computers, regulators), US$ 5.000
Tortuga Island Area Wrecks (The only place in Central America with three shipwrecks for diving):
Caroline Star: This wreck sits 30 meters (100ft) below the surface, and you should expect to see a sleeping white tip reef shark or two in the hull, along with lots of pargo (red snapper) and the usual variety of tropical pacific fish (25 minute boat trip south).
Coronel Alfonso Monge: The Coronel is 82 feet long and was once 65 tons when it was part of Costa Rica’s coast guard fleet. Now it serves the country as a fish and tourist attractor, lying in 12 meters of water (30 minute boat trip north).
Franklin Chang Diaz: This is a 95-foot wreck that weighed almost 120 tons, close to Tortuga Island. Also, formerly a Coast Guard vessel, it was built in 1950 and now sits on the floor of the Gulf of Nicoya at a depth of 23 meters (75 feet, 20 minute boat trip north).
Apex 26 ft, 2001 (Blackcloud) 120hp Mercruiser inboard
• Fish finder
• Sound system
• 14 tank holders
• Spare parts worth U$ 1.000
New engine parts (2012) worth US$ 5.000
Price: US$ 35.000,
Apex 26 ft, 2005 (Isabella) 2 x 150hp YAMAHA outboard
• Sound system
• 14 tank holders
New engine parts (2012) worth US$ 2.500
Price: US$ 55.000
Both vessel have certificado de navegabilidad for 12/14 passengers and are registered as certificado de pasajeros (you do not have to pay the yearly tax called marchamo!).
Both vessel are registered in a separate company (S.A.), easy transfer to new owner without paying any taxes for that.
Blackcloud hat also a fishing license.