Full Day Sailing in the Caribbean
Duration: Half Day
Also known as the “Wreck Diving Capital of the Caribbean” with its 15 shipwrecks for divers to discover, Grenada offers you the unique opportunity of exploring some of the best in this unique tour. For an incredible day of sailing filled with incredible diving experiences, we bring you this full day marine excursion across Grenada’s sparkling turquoise waters. Come aboard our fabulous catamaran boat for an outstanding day at deep sea as we sail along the islands’ picturesque West Coast.
After enjoying some time aboard as we sail across tranquil tropical waters under the warmth of the sun, we will be making our first stop at Moliniere. This incredible underwater park offers divers of all backgrounds (from beginners to advanced) with unique opportunities for some exceptionally fantastic diving. On the shallower areas those less experienced divers will find an array of small and colourful tropical fish as well as yellow-headed and mottled jawfish and even some spotted drums. Those at a more advanced level will enjoy the opportunity of exploring the wreck of the ‘Bucaneer’; a 42ft, 2 mast sloop stripped sunken ship that is also fully penetrable.
A true adventurer’s dream come true and the opportunity of a lifetime to fulfil your childhood dream of exploring an old pirate sunken ship! Lobster and spotted morays are frequent visitors of this undersea world and you’ll be able to swim up close to them and even gently pet them. But this is not all Moliniere has to offer visitors, this magnificent diving sites also accounts with a unique “Underwater Sculpture Park” that never ceases to amaze and fascinate divers from all around the world. Part of Grenada’s National Marine Park, here at Moliniere Reef all underwater adventures imaginable are possible!
And not far off from here we find the second most fascinating undersea park in the island at Flamingo Bay. This incredible diving site consists of a shallow reef wall covered in spiralling sea whips. In these chilly waters you can dive all the way down to 90 ft deep where you can find a variety of fish such as grouper, jacks and even some occasional rays can also be seen at times. The sea in this region is of a very pleasant and welcoming turquoise blue colour where creatures of all shapes, sizes and colours thrive happily.
While diving down this wall of amazing whip coral you will be able to find some cleaner shrimp in a barrel sponge as well as some juvenile angelfish. But this is not all, other marine inhabitants and frequent passers-by include sea fans with the prevalence of seahorses as a main attraction to visitors who never fail to be simply enchanted by the sight of this cute little creatures. Flamingo Bay’s reef is truly a treasure trove for all coral species and with the plentiful and diverse marine life found here it’s no wonder that this park is one of the top three sites in Grenada!
During this marine excursion refreshments will be served and after some snorkelling and diving you will be able to dive into a delicious lunch on board. The perfect way to compliment the most fascinating of undersea excursions in the Caribbean!
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