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St. Lucia
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2-Tank Scuba Dive in St Lucia
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25 Mar 2015
“Amazing wreck with lots of life”
2 Jan 2015
“Busy wreck dive”
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Reviewed 25 March 2015 via mobile

We dove this wreck with Dive Saint Lucia. The wreck sits right at 60 feet, so it's perfect for anyone to dive. The visibility was great, the marine life was fantastic the day we were there. We saw everything imaginable. The coral is colorful and...More

Thank michelewelker
Reviewed 2 January 2015 via mobile

Dive is on a freighter that was scuttled to create an artificial reef. Visibility good. Ship intact. Lots of soft corals. Moray eels inside cargo hold. You are able to swim in cargo hold. Overall good dive but on the day was very crowded with...More

Thank Garden3
Reviewed 31 December 2014

Our divemaster was Alvin with Dive Fair Helen. He took us around the outside to see the hull, then we went up and into the inside, looking at the hold, the captain's area, the mast, etc. Saw a lot of critters, eels, fishes, types of...More

1  Thank vovi
Reviewed 6 June 2014

Dive group from Sandals Le Toc of approx 8, went to the Lesleen first dive of the day, slightly degraded vis for some reason, however really enjoyed the site. Personally prefer wrecks etc to wandering through coral fields, didn't have a working camera that dive...More

2  Thank FrankyD&Sonia
Reviewed 30 December 2012

We went with Eastern Caribbean Diving. First we dove the wall and then the wreck. It's a 165 ft cargo ship that lies upright at about 65 ft. Visibility was 10-20 ft, comopared to 80 ft on the first dive, and we had about a...More

4  Thank Nick M
Reviewed 31 December 2011

Normally, wreck dive's aren't our favorite, but this one is worth it! There's a GIANT Green Morray Eel that hangs out at the front of the ship! It's the largest Eel we've ever seen! It's just totally hanging out! It's so great to see! I...More

2  Thank Westcoastbritt
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