Suzy's Wreck -
130 Meters long metal wreck in very shallow waters starting at 3
meters depth with a maximum depth of 12 meters. Abundance of fishlife
including batfish, angelfish, barracudas, snappers, lionfish, sargent
major, sweetlips, stonefish, blennies, nudibranchs, parrotfish,
moorish idols, groupers, sea whips, sea fans, morays, etc. Ideal
dive site for beginners as well as experienced divers.
Davy Jones Locker -
Very broken up metal wreck in approx. 14 meters of water. Only the
stern section is intact with a huge propeller. Very large groupers,
big barracudas, deep water schooling fish like jacks, tuna, mullets,
etc., are seen frequently. Only experienced divers taken as currents
are generally present.
Sail Rock -
Big fish include jacks, groupers, barracudas, tuna, sharks, rays.
Several species of small fish in the shallows. For experienced divers
only due to strong currents as well as surge. Depths range from
6 meters to 20 meters along sloping walls making it ideal for multilevel
Turbo Tunnel -
narrow channel between the island and a rock with the sea surging
through it. The shallow depth (max of 8 meters) makes it ideal for
experienced divers as well as beginners subject to the strength
of the waves leading through to Surge City - An area of big boulders
interspersed with sand with a fair bit of surge. Parrotfish, damsels,
triggerfish, angelfish, sargent major, sweetlips, snappers, porcupinefish,
stonefish, tangs, small barracudas, etc., make this site a lovely
place to dive for all level of divers.
Shelter Cove -
ideal dive site for beginners with lots of small fish, wide variety
of hard coral, lobsters, crabs etc. Fish include stonefish, lionfish,
sargent major, parrotfish, damsels, triggerfish, angelfish, sweetlips,
snappers, etc. Hawksbill turtles have been spotted on rare occasions.
Very shallow depths (max of only 8 meters).
Umma Gumma Reef -
dive site around exposed rocks off Grande Island. Highlights are
large groupers, great barracudas, jacks, tuna, mullets, surgeonfish,
parrotfish, triggerfish, angelfish, puffers, moorish idols, sweetlips,
snappers, porcupinefish, etc. Plenty of hard coral in the shallow
sections. Reef sharks have also been spotted here. Maximum depth
of 14 meters.
Bounty Bay -
Great site for beginners as well as students. Several species of
small fish as well as hard coral found here. Cuttlefish and nurse
shark have also been seen here. Maximum depth of only 8 meters.
The Jetty -
Located at the north western tip of Grand Island, this is a very
shallow site with a maximum depth of 8 meters and a superb diversity
of hard corals. Many species of small fish, Lionfish, Lobster and
schooling Mullets frequently seen.