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Our underwater treasures and marine life will fascinate any level of diver. A unique array of reefs, walls and ship wrecks in the blue green waters surround both Grenada and Carriacou.

With more than 30 sites, your Spice Experience can take you into the colour and magic of marine life. Visibility can range from 30 to 100 feet. The reefs, walls and wrecks are among the best in the region. The largest ship wreck in the Caribbean Sea, The Bianca C, burned and sank just outside the St. George’ Harbour in 1961. This Italian luxury liner is encrusted with corals and is not only the largest but is considered the prize site in the Caribbean

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Anse La Roche

Anse La Roche

Located on Carriacou |

Easily described as a calm bay with a sandy bottom, the Anse la Roche reef is surrounded by parrotfish, spotted drums and spiny lobster.

Arc Du Vero

Arc Du Vero

Located on Carriacou |

Located at the picturesque Anse la Roche Bay in Carriacou, this reef dive begins in a lovely coral garden.

Bianca C Ship Wreck

Bianca C Ship Wreck

Located on Grenada |

The Bianca C, known locally as the ‘Titanic of the Caribbean’, due to its sheer size and presence, has very few rivals in the realms of warm water wreck diving.

Boris Wreck

Boris Wreck

Located on Carriacou |

Adorned with corals and home to a great deal of snappers and French angelfish, this long tugboat was sunk in September of 2007. This wreck is safe for exploring by experienced divers.

Boss Reef

Boss Reef

Located on Grenada |

This extensive reef system extends up to 5 miles from the harbour at St Georges to the southernmost aspect of the island and offers a number of enjoyable dives.

Buccaneer Wreck

Buccaneer Wreck

Located on Grenada |

This former sloop lies elegantly on her starboard side in 72 feet just a short swim from Molinere Reef. Her retained superstructure allows a brief but entertaining swim -through and the chain locker is home to an engaging octopus.

Cistern Point

Cistern Point

Located on Carriacou |

Let yourself be carried by the current along this magnificent wall. Large lobsters hide in crevices. Sometimes we cross school of tarpon. There is a lot of life to the wall.