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mind BLOWN

cant say enough about this site. coral is amazingly abundant and healthy, animals hiding everywhere... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
Hoquiam, Washington
Excellent drift dives

Moray eels, Sea horses, pretty coral. Excellent dive site. Dive with Scuba Steve's. A short 45... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2017
Tampa, FL
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The currents whisk you on a drift dive from the base of the Pitons. You’ll feel like you’re flying.
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9 Apr 2017
“mind BLOWN”
8 Apr 2017
“Excellent drift dives”
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Reviewed 9 April 2017

cant say enough about this site. coral is amazingly abundant and healthy, animals hiding everywhere (including lionfish bring your spear), be sure and hold the superman pose as you fly.

Thank badjeepr
Reviewed 8 April 2017

Moray eels, Sea horses, pretty coral. Excellent dive site. Dive with Scuba Steve's. A short 45 minute ride from Castries.

Thank shauny2k3
Reviewed 15 July 2015

This dive is awesome! You start at the base of the Pitons, so it's beautiful views from the boat. The current here is quite strong, so all the beautiful fish go by quite quickly. We also saw a turtle here, which was exciting! Definitely a...More

1  Thank WpgLeah
Reviewed 30 May 2015

after getting our open water in Canada we headed off sailing the Caribbean with friends. This was our first dive. Blew our minds. Our friends are dive masters and said this is one of the best dives on the planet and we're just as excited...More

Thank IsTheTruth
Reviewed 21 March 2015 via mobile

The water here is crystal clear and the coral and fish are plentiful. I would say this is hands down my favourite dive location to date. The depth here is up to the diver as basically this is a cliff that drops down well below...More

Thank Terry H
Reviewed 31 December 2014

Really felt the thermocline between 60-65 feet and could see the haziness where the cool and warm water was mixing. We went back and forth and so did the current. Saw some stuff and had some fun.

1  Thank vovi
Reviewed 9 November 2012

We did a two-tank dive below the Piton's through Sandals Divers. Views fromthe boat trip to get there are almost worth the trip alone. Diving right below the Pitons was cool. The dive itself had a mild current, so you could glide along. At 60...More

1  Thank Al_Baja
Reviewed 8 July 2012

This is by far one of the coolest dive sites that I have been on in my 12 years of diving! Its right at the base of the petit piton. You are literally diving on a mountain....its the bottom half of a piton.. How cool...More

3  Thank SteelCity13
Reviewed 1 January 2012

This was our favorite dive site! The current is just awesome! The reef is gorgeous with lots of beautiful corals and fish. And we even saw a small sea turtle, which is our favorite animal to see! The dive is just awesome!!!!!

5  Thank Westcoastbritt
Reviewed 26 April 2009

Awesome dive. max depth around 60- 45 minutes bottom time well developed coral, loads of reef fish and unusual species. Saw a turtle and a few golden spotted eels. All in all my favorite dive

3  Thank dawoo1
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