Our Grenada Dive Centre is perfectly located on the beach where the majority of dive sites are only 10 minutes away. The dive shop is ideally placed to reach Grenada's fantastic coral reefs where there is an abundance of all types of marine life in excellent condition.
Grenada is also known as the 'Wreck Diving Capital of the Caribbean' with 15 shipwrecks to choose from in varying depths, there is wreck diving in Grenada for everyone from the novice to the technical divers. These wrecks are home also to great marine life.
At our Marine Protected Area (MPA) here in Grenada the Scuba Diving can be very special indeed, with regular sightings of Seahorses, Stingrays and even Manta Rays!
The MPA in Grenada is also home to the 'Underwater Sculpture Park' which has gained worldwide acclaim for the very unique sculptures that have been created in Molinere Bay which are now becoming home themselves to many species of marine life. Come and experience this fantastic scuba diving in Grenada with Dive Grenada!
Languages spoken: English and French
Facilities and services: Dive boat, Dive shop, Equipped classroom, Private pier and Underwater video rental
Grenada's Underwater Sculpture Park is based on the original sculptures of British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor. A series of underwater works encapsulate Grenada's colorful history, culture and folklore.
This coastal freighter sank in rough seas during passage to Trinidad and is located 3 miles off the south coast of Grenada.
Influenced by strong currents, this exciting dive offers sightings of Nurse and Reef shark and majestic Spotted Eagle rays hovering over the wreck.
This dive site is located within the most northern part of Grenada's Marine Protected Area and is one of the top sites on the island. Ideally suited to divers of all levels the reef is a treasure trove of marine species, including Elkhorn coral and Ball, Rope and Barrel sponges.
Though shallow in depth, this reef is located on the Atlantic side of Grenada just south of Glover's Island and as such can be subject to strong currents and considerable surface swell. A rugged reef, divers may enjoy some size-able brain coral and pillar coral formations.
This cargo ship, one of our few deliberately placed artificial reef sites, was retrieved from the corner of the lagoon in St Georges in 2007. Located in Grand Mal Bay she has become a popular haunt for large grouper, Great Barracuda and a frequently sighted shoal of Atlantic Spade fish.
This former sloop lies elegantly on her starboard side in 72 feet just a short swim from Molinere Reef.
Her retained superstructure allows a brief but entertaining swim-through and the chain locker is home to an engaging octopus.
This much-loved and highly photogenic wreck is festooned with colourful soft corals, sponges and marine life. The open hold, crane and surrounds of this 25 metre cargo ship are home to Seahorse, Moray eels and on occasion, frog fish.
This extensive reef is typically explored as a good-paced drift dive. Rather deeper and situated a little further offshore, is a good dive for pelagic species including huge schools of hunting Horse Eye jacks and Great Barracuda. Hawksbill turtles and Spotted Eagle rays may also be regularly seen.
From its start point in the shallows, the dive follows a gently sloping sandy channel down to an open sandy patch bordered by a reef of plate coral. From here the dive heads westwards following the reef and crossing a series of sandy valleys.
This shallow coral reef plateau is ideally suited to both newer divers and photographers. Its gentle topography very much lends itself to taking your time and enjoying the extensive array of Blue and Brown chromis, wrasse, and Squirrel fish.
The topography of this reef is impressive; in places it becomes a narrow ridge of plate coral just 30 feet in width. It is located on the outermost aspect of Grenada's reef system with a drop off down into the blue.
Centrally located within Grenada's Marine Protected Area this vibrant wall dive enjoys some superb sponge and soft corals with good examples of Black and Whip corals. We enjoy frequent sightings of French Angel fish, large grouper and a plethora of reef fish.
This large catamaran was a popular day charter boat in former years. Located on the edge of a fascinatingly peaked reef she is home to a pair of large Grey angelfish and frequently hosts shoals of Horse Eye Jacks and the occasional rum bottle.
Located just outside St Georges harbour, this reef wall reveals a plethora of more than 20 coral-encrusted admiralty anchors, some dating back to the 1800's. One is very much aware of Grenada's history as a trading post for generations of seafarers.