Cartanzar Sr.: A derelict freighter that was moved from Charlotte Amalie harbor and set near Buck Island Cove, was broken into three parts by hurricane Hugo and rolled into 45 feet of blue water. Now a home to countless tropical fish, eels, rays and occasional sharks, it's a great dive for the novice to experienced diver.
East Wind: Corporate yacht that fell victim to a squall and ended up on the rocks in the late 60s. Time and hurricanes have reaped their toll and have scattered the remains among the colorful reef, with swim throughs, a large population of tropical fish, lobsters, occasional sharks and turtles, making this 50-foot dive a beautiful and exciting dive.
Miss Opportunity: A 300-foot plus hospital ship that was used as an office complex now lies 3/4 upside down in 90+ feet. Home to a huge Jew fish, and other pelagics, make this an adrenaline-pumping dive. (Advanced dive)
W.I.T. Shoal: The premier dive of the Virgin Islands. 400+ foot freighter, laying upright in 90+ feet of crystal blue water. Home for large Jew fish, snappers, roaming pelagics, turtles and tropicals. A photographer's dream, as light penetrates the holds and passage ways. Penetrate the ship by entering the smoke stack openings, enter the very soul of the W.I.T. Shoal. (Advanced dive)
Other wrecks: Grain barge, W.I.T. Concrete, Aaron's barge, Kennedy, Tow boat, and others.
Flat Cay: A playground for tropical fish and slow flying sting rays. Depths from 17 to 70 feet make this an ideal dive site for experienced divers to snorkelers.
Dry Rocks: Grottos, overhangs and crystal blue water make this an ideal habitat for tons of tropical, pelagic and reef fish. Occasional turtles and sharks add to the wonderment of this 30-foot to 70-foot dive.
Stone Face: Large coral-encrusted fingers starting at 50+ feet, reaching shoreward to 10 feet make this dive seem like a walk in the park. Enjoy the wildlife as you slowly weave through the rows of coral.
Sprat Point: Picture frame swim throughs, billows of coral, make this a wonderful dive. With the average depth of 40 feet, it's a memorable experience.
Easter Reef: A sea mound laying in 80 feet, is home to a bevy of sea life, from the tiny bassets to a shy Jew fish. Often times you may be greeted by turtles, free-swimming eels, eagle rays, sharks and all the wonderment mother nature has to offer. (Advanced dive)
The majority of our reefs are in the 40-foot to 60-foot range. Sea conditions and diver experience are always a consideration for your fun and safety. Requests are always considered.
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