Nature Foundation Starts Conch and Seagrass Research

Nature Foundation Starts Conch and Seagrass Research

The St Maarten Nature Foundation started their queen conch (Lobatus gigas) research with a survival experiment to determine if the survival of juvenile queen conchs, which  in many parts of the Caribbean are primarily associated with native seagrass beds,  differs...
Cow and Calf

Cow and Calf

Cow and Calf is one of our more remote Atlantic Ocean dive sites. During the winter months migrating Humpback whales can often be heard signing while diving this site. Neat rock formations and fields of gorgonians characterize this rarely visited dive site that starts...
Moon Hole

Moon Hole

Moon hole is called after the curious circular rock formation that is often too difficult to dive due to the large Atlantic swells. When conditions are right this sixty foot deep dive site is eerie with numerous Tarpon schooling right outside the hole.
Hens and Chicks

Hens and Chicks

Hens and Chicks is an Atlantic Dive site that has a reputation as being very sharkey. It lies in sixty foot of water.
Molley Beday

Molley Beday

Molley Beday also is another site that lies on the Atlantic Coast of the island and is not visited often due to rough conditions. When the weather is calm this can be a very pretty site with curious rock formations and large school of Tarpon. The site starts at sixty...