St. Croix (North Shore)
The North Shore of St. Croix has some of the best wall dive sites in the world. At over 13,000 feet deep the wall is teaming with life and descends direclty into the abyss. A short swim from the beach can get you to many popular sites, but there are also numerous moorings in 25 to 40 feet of water for easy boat access.
St. Croix (West End)
From wrecks to reefs to the Frederiksted Pier the West End of St. Croix has something for everyone. Seahorse, tiny lobster, and octopus call the coral encrusted pillings of the pier home while further to the north the wrecks of Butler Bay provide a protected habitat for larger reef fish. The pier is easily accessible day or night, and numerous dive boats frequent the dive sites that lay beneath generally calm waters.
Puerto Rico (North Shore)
The north shore of Puerto Rico provides several unique scuba diving sites. Explore rugged underwater topography riddled with crevices and swim-throughs in the heart of San Juan, or discover the wreck of a B-29 Superfortress that ditched at sea during an emergency landing at Augadilla.