Wreck of a Japanese dredger sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef. The 244ft/75M long wreck lays on its side, mostly intact in 108ft/33M of water making this dive suitable for Advanced Divers only and ideal for Enriched Air (Nitrox). It is home to large French Angelfish, Jacks, Barracuda and a huge Puffer.
Wreck of a cargo vessel sunk as an artificial reef in 1986. Sits upright on a sandy bottom at a max depth of 65ft/20M. The 167ft/51M long wreck offers open access to the surface and is inhabited by many types of marine life including Lobster, Moray Eels and reef fish. Stunningly colourful and pretty dive.
Pretty dive with coral shaped like the fingers of a hand with valleys and trenches between and a small tunnel leading into a chimney. Max depth is 36ft/11M. Home to Seahorses, Frogfish, Turtles and the “usual” tropical fish. Typical dive time is 1 hour. This is a “must do” Marine Park dive.
This horseshoe shaped reef has a small wall and then flat coral reef with a maximum depth of around 50ft/15M. You will find lots of Crabs, Lobsters, Spotted Drums and sometimes Stingrays hiding in the sandy bottom. We usually do this as a second dive with a dive time of around 1 hour.
Anse Cochon means Bay of Pigs although we haven’t seen any underwater yet!. Max depth 40ft/12M Very varied topography including reef, boulders, walls, pinnacles, all on one dive!. This breeding ground is full of juvenile marine life and home to many Flounder. Usual dive profile is 1 hour.
This is our most northern dive site and it is where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. The max depth is 60ft/18M. This is a popular place for Scorpion Fish and the Flying Gurnard, with occasional sightings of Turtles and Rays. Look out into the deeper water for glimpses of Barracuda.
This dive is located at the base of Pigeon Island. The dive starts in about 15ft/5M over sand and coral and progresses over reef and huge boulders to its maximum depth of 60ft/18M. Eagle Rays, Moray Eels, Lobsters and Great Barracuda are all seen regularly on this dive.
This is a popular stopping place for birds and you will soon see why it gets its name! Underwater you will see sloping walls and huge boulders covered with coral. The maximum depth is around 60ft/18m. Apart from the usual tropical fish, Eagle Rays and Stingrays are often seen here.
Starting in as little as 5ft/1.5M of water and progressing to around 60ft/18M, this reef has a wide range of scenery. There are patches of coral, large fields of boulders and sandy areas. This is a great snorkeling site and we regularly see Turtles, Trumpetfish, Moray Eels, Octopus, Squid and much more.
Here the base of Pigeon Island looks remarkably like a sleeping Dinosaur. Underwater there is the wreck of a small freighter which is nicely intact and usually sheltering many Lobsters under the keel. Max depth is around 50Ft/15M. Usual sightings include many Parrot Fish and Moray Eels.