• Booby High Shoals: 29ft Open or Close

    Named because of it's close proximity to Booby Island and located in the 'Narrows' between the Islands of St. Kitts and Nevis, this 40 foot dive is explosive with life. This almost circular shaped reef is packed with lobster, French Grunts, Horse-Eyed Jacks, Southern Stingrays, and Hawksbill Turtles. The deep ledges provide some protection from the northeast currents that sometimes sweep through here, these ledges provide homes for some of the larger nurse sharks (10-12 feet).

  • Booby Island: 15ft to 30ft Open or Close

    This small island located in the “Narrows” between St.Kitts and Nevis houses a shallow reef bordering her eastern side. The often choppy site is home to an abundance of lobsters and large green morays. The shelving reef provides shelter for glassy sweepers and schools of yellow striped grunts.

  • Nags' Head Open or Close

    This reef has a beginning depth of 15 feet and plummets to 75 feet. Here the large boulders are stacked on top of each other making great hiding places for crustaceans, crinoids and Parrot fish. Here Eagle Rays cruise past divers in fighter jet formation.

  • Nag’s Head-north: 15-60ft Open or Close

    The opposite end of “Nag’s Head”: A gentle sandy slope on one side of the area provides refuge for a large number of Southern Stingrays which hide themselves by covering with a thin layer of sand. The other side also slopes downwards but with coral covered boulders surrounded with Tarpon and schools Brown Chromis.

  • Pelican Cove: 10-40ft Open or Close

    This sheltered inlet if visited during the correct time of year is swarmed by minnows that seemingly block the divers’ vision while pelicans dive bomb feeding on the bait fish.

  • Stoney Grove: 15-60ft Open or Close

    This Stoney cliff side-out cropping proves a safe haven for lobster, bait fish, blue tangs and rays.

  • Christina Wreck: 50-73ft Open or Close

    M/V Christena lies at a depth of 73ft close to the “Narrows”, the top reaching about 50ft from the surface. The wreck sitting upright on a sandy ocean floor and is now the home to barracuda, stingrays, moray eels, turtles, lobsters, and an abundance of soft & hard corals, crinoids and schools of fish.