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Frederiksted Pier One of the must-do dives on St. Croix is the Frederiksted Pier. Known for world class macro-diving, the Frederiksted Pier is an easy dive for all levels of divers, even those taking a Discover Scuba course. Imagine rows of concrete pilings covered in decades worth of colorful sponges and coral and teeming with…

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Shallow Wrecks at Butler Bay The Shallow Wrecks at Butler Bay consist of 3 shipwrecks, along with the Aegir underwater habitat and several Hess Oil trucks.  The shipwrecks include trawler Suffolk Maid, tug boat Northwind, and massive oil barge Virgin Islander. All of these wrecks are now encrusted with colorful coral and sponges and teeming with…

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Wrecks Dive

Deep Wrecks at Butler Bay The Deep Wrecks at Bulter Bay was voted USA Today’s Top Caribbean Dive Site of 2018! This dive consists of two shipwrecks, freighter Rosaomaira (also known as the Rosa Maria) and tug boat Coakley Bay.  The wrecks are beautifully encrusted with live coral and sponges, and are teeming with reef fish. A near perfect…

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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 an ancient, above ground waterfall. These formations offer a maze of swim-throughs, cuts, ledges,…

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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 about 40-80 feet where The Wall slopes down into sand chutes, you will see…

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Dive the World Famous 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 Drop-off’ or ‘The Wall’) has something for every level of diver. About 100 yards from shore, your drop down at the buoy to 26 feet then head north to sand chutes…

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