Dive into the beautiful turquoise waters of the Caribbean to see a stunning and unique underwater world only St. Croix has to offer. In addition to sea turtles and reef sharks, the thousands of tropical reef fish of the Caribbean are colourful and diverse. From the underwater canyons of Salt River, to the The Wall of the Puerto Rico Trench off Cane Bay, the topography offers something for every scuba diver. St. Croix even has a few wrecks and a carousel horse! The Frederiksted Pier is a not-to-be-missed dive that is abundant with seahorses, puffer fish and octopus, and it makes an amazing night dive! There are dive shops located all over the island to meet all your diving needs from boat trips to gear rentals and sales. You can even use your time underwater to advance your dive certifications. Happy diving!
In the Caribbean Sea, just outside of St. Croix’s Salt River Bay, can be found a breathtaking underwater geographical feature known as the Salt River Canyon. This underwater canyon is formed by » read more »
St. Croix is known in the scuba community for the amazing diving to be found here. Divers travel from all over the world to dive The Wall, Cane Bay, Salt River Canyon » read more »
Have you ever wanted to try scuba diving so you could see the underwater world up close? It is a whole different world below the surface, and it is truly amazing! If » read more »
Many of you may have already heard about the threat that is facing our precious coral reefs‚ the lionfish. If you haven’t, it’s time to learn about this invasive species, and spread » read more »
Divers in the know are already aware that St. Croix boasts some of the best diving in the Caribbean, and the best (by far) in the Virgin Islands. With our diverse combination » read more »
St. Croix residents John Santino and Toni Wilson made history in 2010…by breaking the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest underwater wedding. 103 certified divers, including the bride and groom, » read more »
St. Croix is known by diving enthusiasts as a fantastic, and underrated place to dive. Not everyone realizes what an amazing location and set of ecological conditions we have in St. Croix to » read more »