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 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 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.
Charlie’s Shoal lies in approximately seventy feet of water and is home to numerous resident Green Sea Turtles. Reef Depth: 45-55ft
Moonscape is a cratered reef that resembles the face of the moon, hence its name. The reef starts at about forty feet of water and is home to numerous Caribbean Stingrays.
Isabella Reef is a small patch coral reef that starts at about eighty feet and ends close to one hundred feet. It is one of the deeper dive sites on St. Maarten and is home to a numerous array of sponges and gorgonians. Reef Depth: 60-80ft
The Porpoise is a sunken tugboat that sits upright in approximately seventy feet. It is frequently visited by turtles and the odd ammerhead shark. Wreck Depth: 80-90ft.
Long Bay Reef is very close to the wreck of the Gregory and is a popular night dive location. Web Burrfish Depth: 45-50ft
The Gregory is a sunken barge that lies just outside of the famous Cupecoy beach in fifty feet of water. A popular night dive location it is often home to sea turtles and schooling barracudas. Wreck Depth: 50-60ft.
The Fu-Sheng is one of the deeper dive sites on the western side of St. Maarten. This old Taiwanese trader lies upside down in ninety feet of water right on the drop-off. This site can sometimes have numerous large pelagics. Wreck Depth: 100-110ft.