Tucker Shallow

A shallow reef going out in the sea. From 5 meter/ 16 feet to 12 meter / 40 feet makes the dive long, bright and full of life. At the edge forms a wall into the deep. Soon a film will be published from the site, so stay tuned.

At the edge of the shallow reef you often see nurse shacks hiding under the hang over reef structures. You can also meet sea turtles on this dive site.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 12 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive
  • Wall/Drop Off

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Dive sites nearby

We considered one of St Vincent’s prettiest sites, this wall dive begins in shallow waters and continues down a shelving slope covered in gorgonians. Colourful mosaics of hard and soft corals thrive in the shallow patch reefs.

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This is the House Reef for Richmond Vale Diving & Hiking Center. Used primarily as a Shore Dive, reaching the coral reef within 10 meter(30feet) from the shore.

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The 3rd of June 2020, the Climate Compliance Team from Richmond Vale Academy installed 3 coral trees. After having lessons and studies about the important of Coral Reef and how they are under treat of our current way of living, we decided put our new knowledge and understanding into action.

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Perfect site for beginners or divers who needs a refresher course. Calm waters within a lagoon. Primarily enters from shore. Has two distinct areas including a dive trough, but onlye for divers who master perfect buoyancy.

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Shore dive in combination with a nice lunch or just a cheese cake at Rock Side Cafe, made with love by Rosi and Orlando.This dive site can also be done by boat from Richmond Vale Diving and Hiking Center.

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Petit Byahau

A very popular dive site for all four dive centers in St. Vincent. Be aware that you can meet other dives here while you explore the site. Can only be accessed by boat.

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The Channel

This is an absolute adventure, a fast drift with live drop off that promises to be highly entertaining with wild encounters and always a success when lionfish hunting.

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Bogles Ridge

Bogles Ridge begins on the west side of Jack-A-Dan, a small island located in front of Hillsborough Bay, and follows the reef wall north of Carriacou Island.

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Jack-A-Dan, Carriacou

This is one of our favourite training sites, as it has a nice large sand patch, surrounded by colourful reef. We often see stingrays here. There is also a nice reef wall that hugs this side of Jack A Dan.

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Jack-A-Dan West, Carriacou

Shallow dive, perfect for training and snorkeling. Abundant fish and macro life, very pretty and great visibility when sunny and good conditions allow.

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