DEEP BLUE @THE SISTERS Simply "World-Class-Diving" as rated by press and marine biologists. Marine life: black corals, gorgonians, large schools of fish, nurse sharks, giant lobsters, stingrays and much more.
JACK IRON POINT Amazing reef with nurse sharks and stingrays Sandy bottom inhabited by “trees” of gorgonians and conchs Great place to see turtles, colonies of lobsters, hidden urchins, crabs to fingerprint snails.
TROPICAL HILL Enchanting underwater formation inhabited by hundreds of sergeant majors and beautiful corals. Around the Tropical Hill you find lobsters, stingrays, turtles to yellowhead jawfish and sailfin blennies.
WESTSIDER WRECK A 30m / 100 ft tug boat, which sunk in 2004. Surrounded by schools of juvenile fish, barracudas, french / gray / queen angelfishes Only for the experienced diver. Spectacular Wreck-Diving!
MABOUYA WHIRLPOOL Dive in our whirlpool formed by bubbles from volcanic activity! Reef with lobsters, moray eels, stingrays, critters. Also a nice small tugboat wreck great for photos!
LIMEKILN CLIFF Great shallow reef inhabited by schools of fish incl. ceros and southern sennets Hiding place for turtles Beautiful site where you can see giant channel clinging crabs and orange ball corallimorphs.
SHARKYS HIDEAWAY Underwater landscape starts with reef slope and ends up in a rock garden with canyons. Big rocks with schools of chubs, glassy sweeper and nurse sharks hiding, moray eels, porcupine fish and angelfish.
BARRACUDA POINT @SISTERS Touring around the “Little Sister” has the diver visiting a giant soft coral garden and a wall teeming with marine life like nurse-shark, critters, giant green morays, turtles, and barracudas.
SANDY ISLAND GARDEN Nice dive with vast expanses of soft corals which hide juvenile reef fishes Fish life with yellowtail snappers, rock beauties and trumpet fish. Either as out & back or drift dive.
SHARK CANYON First you dive outside an amazing underwater canyon surrounded by reef sharks. On your way back you dive inside the canyon, where you find sleeping nurse sharks, schools of chubs and queen angelfish.
THE ROSE A 17 m / 56 ft sailing boat which sunk in 2003. Surrounded by stingrays and schools of fish. Sandy & sea grass bottom with torpedo rays, electric rays, magnificent sea urchins, flying gurnards and pretty sea slugs.
BARREL Good place for beginners and U/W photographers to discover all the small things our reefs have to offer like blennies, gobies, different kinds of shrimps and crabs, sea urchins, pipe fishes, flamingo tongues & octopi.
SALINE EXPRESS Exciting drift dive at the Southern end of the island - fly over a reef vibrating with schools of reef fishes – especially brown chromies – on to a forest of gorgonians and field of sponges.
MABOUYA GARDEN Extensive reef with schools of sergeant major and where you can see the “blue rain” (schools of creole wrasse) Marine Life: stingray, angelfish, giant soft corals, porcupine fish, occasionally nurse sharks.
PAGODAS GARDEN A challenging & rewarding dive where the Atlantic and Caribbean Sea meet : Nurse sharks, anemones, ocean triggerfish, black durgeons. The hard coral formations remind one of famous Chinese Pagodas!
SANDY ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE Pretty reef wall with soft corals, hard corals and azure vase sponges Marine Life: barracudas, snappers, nurse sharks, morays & lobsters. Sometimes stingrays & eagle rays.
BORIS WRECK 30m / 100ft tug boat which sunk in 2007. Surrounded by barracudas and french / gray / queen angelfishes Only for the experienced diver. Spectacular Wreck Diving!
ROSE ROCK Starts as a wall dive to a maximum depth of 26m / 86ft and goes over to a shallower reef dive with gorgonians, turtles, different kind of triggerfish incl. Atlantic triggerfish.
SHARK DORM Challenging drift dive with soft corals and small overhangs where you can find nurse sharks, black margate and rainbow parrotfish
SEAVIEW Perfect shallow site for U/W photographers to discover all the small things our reefs have to offer Marine Life : blennies, gobies, shrimps & crabs, sea urchins, sometimes frog fishes, sergeant majors
POINT CISTERN Reef-Top: 3m / 10ft - slope/wall to maximum depth of 18m / 60ft. Good dive site for beginners and for acclimatising. Boulder garden with lobsters, moray eels and occasionally stingrays & turtles.