Grenada and Carriacou boast both the Caribbean's largest wreck dive (the Bianca C a 600-foot cruise liner) and, Isle de Ronde, the remotest and most dramatic dive area.
Grenada and Carriacou are very different islands so pick the one that suits you, or if you are smart you can move between themsee the book for more details.
Read descriptions of Grenada's 6 and Carriacou's 2 dive operators and 30 dive sites.
Checkout dive site 15 - Wreck of the Bianca C
|1 Carriacou Silver Diving
2 Tanki's Watersports
4 Sanvic's Watersports
5 Dive Grenada
6 Scuba World
8 Scuba Express
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Maps updated July 2000
|HOT NEWS Updated February 2002|
We have news of a new store operating out of True Blue Bay on the south coast. They are at store 8 on the map.
Contact them at
Store Name Change
New Dive Sites and Wrecks
Hurricane "Lenny" damaged reefs like Molinere and Dragon Bay very badly but the dive stores have been busy opening up new sites such as the reef at Little Bacolet, (similar to Shark reef but not exposed to strong currents). Also the wreck of a work catamaran called Rum Runner was rediscovered by Aquanauts Grenada.
Dive shops on Grenada now also offer diving off the south end of Grenada, places such as Point Salines Rocks, the ĎAtlanticí wreck and the wreck of the freighter "King Mitch". All of these places are exposed to strong Atlantic currents and waves, recommended only for advanced divers.