Dave The Diver: Where the Currents Flow Quest (A Step-by-Step Guide)

This guide will show you how to finish the Where the Currents Flow Quest in Dave the Diver. This guide will show you step-by-step how to complete the quest with Cobra’s help.

How to Complete Where The Currents Flow Quest in Dave The Diver


Cobra has a plan for getting around the rocks blocking the Sea People’s ruins: he will use a bomb. But he needs his bomb expert to bring him something. The problem is that delivery ships have yet to come, and he thinks that the ship carrying it has sunk. How to fix it? Find the parts that Cobra ordered for the drones and use them to get the stuff.


The ocean currents have spread out the parts of the Drone, so that’s where we’ll have to go to find them. I had to go pretty deep to find mine. I found it in a small cave on the right side of the map, close to where I found my Whitetip Reef Shark for the first time.

As Cobra says, keep an eye out for ocean currents. Also, check out any caves or hidden places you find, even if you don’t see a current there at first. If you find one Drone part, there’s a good chance you’ll find all three.

Go back up to see Cobra once you have them. When you finish the mission, you will get 500 Gold, 5 Soy Sauce, and 5 Salt. Please note that the Drone will be ready the next day.


This guide shows you how to complete the Where the Currents Flow quest in Dave the Diver. We have provided step-by-step instructions on how to find the drone parts and tips on where to look. We hope this guide has been helpful, and we wish you luck in completing the quest.

Dave the Diver is available to buy on Steam.

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