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Top Dive Site
The sculptures are sited in clear shallow waters to afford easy access by divers, snorkellers and those in glass-bottomed boats. Viewers are invited to discover the beauty of our underwater planet and to appreciate the processes of reef evolution
The Bianca C sank in 1961 after catching fire following an explosion in the engine room.This remarkable wreck sits upright on the seabed fully entwined with nature providing a home to a whole new ecosystem
The wreck of King Mitch sank in 1981 four miles off shore after the ship leaked and its bilge pump failed. Fortunately all of the crew survived. The wreck now lies in the sand on its port side, and because of its small size it can be covered quickly.
A shallow reef wall covered in spiralling sea whips. Very chilled dive and the sea here is a very pleasant turquoise blue colour. Find some cleaner shrimp in a barrel sponge and some juvenile angelfish.
Diving and Snorkelling
We really do have it all!Colourful Coral Reefs,Spectacular & Intriguing Ship-Wrecks, Exhilarating Drift Dives, Marine Protected Areas, unique Underwater Sculpture Park
Grenada is an all year round Scuba Diving Destination. A superb variety of dive sites attracts divers from around the world. More than fifty sites offer something special for every diving enthusiast. Our dive sites are just a short boat trip from the island's golden sandy beaches and are ideally suited to all divers of all levels and ages
Be amazed by the exquisite bio-diversity of the marine life on our beautiful reefs. Enjoy the varied topography from the lively shallows to the glorious sloping reefs and walls. View the quirky dimension of the unique Underwater Sculpture Park. Discover our "Wreck Diving Capital of the Eastern Caribbean" and enjoy world class wreck-diving with more than twenty wrecks catering to everyone's taste.
Home to the "Titanic of the Caribbean"
The Bianca C, known locally as the 'Titanic of the Caribbean', this is due its sheer size and presence and has very few rivals in the realmsof warm water wreck diving. Diving Magazines and experts have listed the Bianca C as one of the 'top ten' wreck dive sites in the world that divers should visit. This enormous 600` Cruise Liner sank in 1961, she sits upright on her keel in 50 metres (165') of water. Read More