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January 1, 2021

Scuba Diving in Grenada

Grenada’s is famous for its outstanding coral reefs and marine life. Grenada is the No.1 spot in the Caribbean for wreck diving. As recently as 2007, three ships sunk to form artificial reefs, bringing the total number of sunken ships in Grenada waters to an incredible twelve wreck. The ship wreck depth vary from 10 to 50m below sea leave, providing diving for the novice as well as for the more experienced diver.

Scuba Diving in Grenada

Grenada’s most famous wreck, the Bianca C, the largest and, perhaps, most interesting submerged wreck in the Caribbean. Her 600-foot length nestles the sea bed close to Grenada’s south-western coast and there’s a fascinating story as to how this once-beautiful ship got there.

Grenada most famous wreck, the Bianca C

Grenada’s collection of wrecks compliments the beautiful reefs and are some of the best throughout the Caribbean. In total, Grenada has 25+ dive sites with the majority just 10 minutes away from Morne Rouge Beach. Grenada has something for everyone, from gentle shallow dives in the Protected marine areas to deeper drift dives and of course every form of marine creature that you can imagine

The Underwater Sculpture Park

One of the most unique diver attractions in Grenada is its Underwater Sculpture Park. The Underwater Sculpture Park is also located in Grenada’s Protected Marine Area and depicts Grenada’s rich history and folklore. English Sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor sourced all his materials locally to produce these works of art and has achieved worldwide acclaim for these very diverse creations. National Geographic named it one of ‘Earth’s most awesome places.

Grenada is an all year dive and snorkel destination that boasts an average water temperature of 82 Degrees Fahrenheit/28 Degrees Celsius. Book your Grenada vacation rental with us today

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