Pelican Rock

Pelican Rock is on the Eastern Shore of the island on the Atlantic Coast. When weather permits this is one of the more pristine dive sites on St. Maarten with numerous coral formations and healthy fish life. It starts at approximately 60 feet. Dive depth: 60 ft (20 m)

Cable Reef

Cable Reef is named after the former Fiber Optic Cable that directly bisects the reef. It is the deepest dive site within the Marine Park starting at seventy feet. It is an area frequented by sharks, turtles and other large pelagic life. Wreck Depth: 45-65ft.

Proselyte Reef

Proselyte Reef, just outside Philipsburg, is the signature dive site within the Man of War Shoal Marine Protected Area. Site is named after the H.M.S. Proselyte that struck the shallow area in September 1801. There are numerous old cannons, ballast stones and anchors at the site as wel l as a profusion of fish life along the small wall. The site … Continue reading Proselyte Reef

Lucy’s Barge

Lucy’s Barge is the remnants of an old barge that sunk in the eighties in the Man of War Shoals Protected Area. It is known for its macro life and is swimming distance away from Proselyte Reef. It is approximately forty feet deep at the mooring. Wreck Depth: 45-65ft.

Carib Cargo

Carib Cargo is an old inter Island trader that sits upright in seventy feet of water. One of the island’s most popular sites it is home to schooling jacks, large schools of snapper, turtles, lobster, sharks, stingrays and a very curious bottle-nosed dolphin during the winter months. The Carib Cargo sits right at the edge of the Man of … Continue reading Carib Cargo

Frenchman’s Reef

Frenchman’s Reef one and two are one of our shallower reefs and a great night dive location. You can see lobster, turtle, stingrays and barracuda at this popular site. Depth: 15-20ft.