St. Croix Dive Sites Map

St. Croix offers amazing beauty and variety below sea level as well as above. The dive sites are varied, and easy to access by boat and, in some cases, by shore. Sea life is abundant in St. Croix with more than 500 species of fish, 40 types of coral and hundreds of invertebrates inhabit the water. Sea turtles, blue tang, queen angelfish, spiny Caribbean lobster, spotted eagle rays, seahorses, pufferfish and reef sharks are just a sampling of the marine life populating the varied underwater terrain of the island. Nowhere else in the Caribbean can you dive a wreck, wall, pier and reef all in one day. Dive in, the water’s great!

Cane Bay Wall

Cane Bay Wall

Rated as one of the top dive sites in the entire Caribbean, the Cane Bay Wall (also known as ‘Cane Bay Dropoff’ or ‘The Wall’) has something for every level of diver. » read more » 

Deep Wrecks at Butler Bay

Deep Wrecks at Butler Bay

The Deep Wrecks at Butler Bay consist of 2 shipwrecks, freighter Rosaomaira (also known as the Rosa Maria) and tug boat Coakley Bay.  The wrecks are beautifully encrusted with live coral and sponges, » read more » 

Salt River Canyon East Wall (Barracuda Bank)

Salt River Canyon East Wall (Barracuda Bank)

Salt River Canyon’s East Wall is known as “the fishiest dive on the North Shore”. The East Wall of the canyon boasts tons of reef fish at the top of The Wall and, from » read more » 

Salt River Canyon West Wall (Grouper Grotto)

Salt River Canyon West Wall (Grouper Grotto)

Salt River Canyon’s West Wall is the most requested boat dive on St. Croix. The West Wall is also known as ‘The Pinnacles’ due to the geological formations believed to have been formed by » read more » 

Shallow Wrecks at Butler Bay

Shallow Wrecks at Butler Bay

The Shallow Wrecks at Butler Bay consist of 3 shipwrecks, along with an old NOAA Hydrolab.  The shipwrecks include trawler Suffolk Maid, tug boat Northwind, and massive oil barge Virgin Islander. All of » read more »