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Address: St. Vincent
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This reef, which quickly drops below 100 feet, is home to barracudas,...

This reef, which quickly drops below 100 feet, is home to barracudas, lobsters, rays and more.

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A Beautiful Dive

Last did this dive four years ago. It is still one of my favourite St Vincent dive sites. Going with a slight current, several scorpion fish, pair of spotted drum, shoal of blue... read more

Reviewed 29 February 2016
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Irby, United Kingdom

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Irby, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 29 February 2016

Last did this dive four years ago. It is still one of my favourite St Vincent dive sites. Going with a slight current, several scorpion fish, pair of spotted drum, shoal of blue creole wrasse, scrawled file fish, rock beauties, blue cleaner shrimp, scribbled cow fish, juvenile drum. Actually found the anchor, now buried in the reef and covered in... More 

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Colchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 17 December 2012

We did this dive twice. The first time there was a very strong current so I couldn't really look around so much, as I was trying to keep up with Kay from Indigo Dive based at Buccament Bay. The second time we did it and it was much more fun and I could appreciate the beautiful rock formations and corals.

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Reviewed 5 June 2012

Dive site north of Layou. Varied dive with sandy bottom, 120 ft. wall, swim throughs and garden. Normally a relaxed dive with no current. When I dived it was a haven for scorpion fish (7), lobster, various butterfly and angel fish, drum, grunts, squirrels, rock beauties etc.etc. Never found the anchor.....does it really exist?

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