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Tugboat Boris (Wreck)

This is one of the big tugboat wrecks. Boris is 30m / 100ft long and sits at 28 m/ 84ft deep. It is located on the northwest side of Mabouya Isla, off the coast of Hillsborough.

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Sharkies Hideaway Part 1

This is a point A to point B drift dive that takes in exciting volcanic cliffs, great reefs, and ends in a rocky amphitheatre called the Fish Bowl, named for the large schools of fish that frequently congregate there.

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Mabouya Garden, Carriacou

On the north side of Mabouya Island, this sea-garden offers a vast variety of marine life and a great reef wall in very healthy condition. Depths are between 5m/15ft on the shallow side to 20m/60ft at the deepest point.

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Sharkies Hideaway Part 2

A long drift over rocks & reef and through rocky canyons, this dive starts at the Fish Bowl, and provides lots of opportunities for spotting nurse sharks and rays.

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Rock Garden, Carriacou

Easy and very relaxing dive at a max. depth of 18mt/ 60ft. Start point at Whirlpool on the back of Mabouya island, and up to the right and east side.

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Mabouya Whirlpool, Carriacou

On the south side of Mabouya Island, this dive site has everything: good reef, a small wreck and a huge boulder garden! It’s also a place where you can see volcanic bubbles seep through the sea bed.

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Sandy Island Garden, Carriacou

True to its name, this really is Sandy Island´s Garden. Colorful corals and sponges, and full of life, turtle grass and sand channels with a great and diverse marine life.

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Sandy Island Lighthouse, Carriacou

Spotted eagle rays are frequently seen around here in spring & early summer! Some nice reef and good for lionfish hunting, this dive can be either a drift or out & back.

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Sandy Island Drift, Carriacou

Nice and relax drift, stating on the north side of Sandy Island and going west towards Mabouya Island. Sloping reef with lots of marine diversity, and great dive to go hunting lionfish.

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Point Cistern, Carriacou

Between Paradise Beach and Tyrrel Bay, Point Cistern is the first of many dive sites on that side of the Island that are closer to shore. Is a relatively shallow dive that offers a great opportunity for macro lovers to find small creatures.

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