The Dutch King and Queen have indulged in a spot of scuba diving during their three-day trip to the Caribbean.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima were clad in scuba gear when the smiled for the camera on a boat at Saba Bank, off Saba Island.
The royal couple then took the plunge to explore some of the most stunning marine life in the Carribean Sea.
Their visit comes three months after Hurricane Irma left a trail of destruction across the the Netherlands island of Sint Maarten.
Smiling for the camera, Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima ready themselves before taking the plunge to go scuba diving yesterday
The Royal couple prepare themselves for the dive after being taken out to Saba Bank in the Caribbean to see a diverse range of marine life
The Dutch King and Queen have embarked on a three day trip to the three Dutch islands in the Carribean, three months after Hurricane Irma batter them
Taking the plunge! The royals enter the water of suiting up. Saba Bank, off the island of Saba, is home to some of the most spectacular marine wildlife in the Caribbean
Queen Máxima cleans her goggles and King Willem-Alexander fits his before the pair dive to