Bouée Anticyclonique

Bouée Anticyclonique is THE drop-off of Guadeloupe National Park. Droping from 10 to 45 m deep, you must not be afraid of heights. Various hot springs from the Montserrat volcano are also found here. Nitrox is recommended.

If you are lucky you will see the “fat fishes“ of the blue. You will be surprised by the number of hiding places that this site offers, favourable to lobsters, crabs, and moray eels.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 22 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off
  • Macro Spot

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

This dive site is suitable for everyone, from basic divers to divers specialized in deep diving, with the possibility of diving on a plateau of a few meters, but also with a steep drop-offs to the 40-meter zone.

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The tour of the little island can be done from 2 different dive sites: Swimming Pool or the Coral Garden. This dive can be done at different depths on a drop-off that descends to 40 meters. Beginners, as well as experienced divers, can dive this site in complete safety.

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Welcome to the most famous site in the Guadeloupe National Park and its Cousteau Reserve. Under the boat a real coral garden of all colors awaits you. At 12m, a statue of Commander Cousteau was placed on the sand at the end of the 2000s.

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A gently sloping wall with human-sized barrel sponges. Move away from the wall and let yourself be bewitched by the deep blue of the water. Whether you dive to the left or right, you will be amazed by the beauty of this site that never ceases to amaze.

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What will jump out at you when you arrive at this site is the crystal clear water and the turquoise blue everywhere. A beautiful shallow sandy area to learn greets you. Three possible courses start from the same place, that’s what’s magical about this site.

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The Carangue Point is located between 2 dive sites. It can reached from the Swimming Pool or the Coral Garden sites, and averages 10 to 30 meters. There is a moderate to strong current. When it is strong, it is advisable to lie on the ground to observe the big eyed jackfish broom.

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Experienced divers will be able to dive along the drop-off, although the 15 - 25-meter zone is still the ideal place to meet bonitos, barracudas, diodons, triggerfish, turtles, and other angelfish, lobsters, and surgeons.

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This hourglass freighter of 49 m by about 7.50 m was launched in 1953 under the name of GEOCEANIQUE and renamed GUSTAVIA in 1982. After a thorough clean-up, she was sunk as an artificial reef in 1991 about 1 mile from the Malendure rock at Bouillante, the wreck lies upright on a sand bottom at 40 m.

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The pearl of Malendure. This is an amazing site loved by local divers. There is a possibility to do this dive while drifting towards Jardin Japanese or Anse négresse.

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This hourglass freighter 50 m deep was built in Denmark in 1958. It sailed to Copenhagen and then to La Rochelle in the 70s. The Franjack lies flat on her keel on a sandy bottom at 24 m in good general condition except for the forward cabin which is collapsed.

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