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a really great dive site often difficult to get to in terms of operations diving it dependant on customer interest and numbers on any particular day you may need to dive with wreckers and reefers who are located up the coast from the cruise terminal...More
Only about 15 minutes out of Bridgetown harbour by boat this wreck is a dive site you shouldn’t miss if you have the certification. The shape of the hull is still well defined though the collapse of some parts means penetration of the wreck is...More
To be honest the general diving in Barbados is nice but not challenging. Most operators take you to the shallow reefs and purposely sunken wrecks on the west coast.
However, ask nicely and they will take you to the Stav!. Decent sized wreck with lots...More
The Stavronikita was a purpose sunk wreck dive set down for divers to explore. The boat itself is sitting upright, with nice, opened areas for swim through(s) and excellent sea life. This was our second dive on the ship, and our visibility was outstanding as...More
It was a family beach Picnic that took us to the beach. after lunch and with many children present it was time for another type of adventure , so a sea trip to visit with the Turtles and the Shipwreck was next in line. While...More
Open water doesn’t give you the certification to dive this wreck and a reputable operator shouldn’t take you here unless it is counting towards an advanced level certificate and you are with an instructor.
I do not know for sure but would be very surprised if they did a discover scuba dive on it. The top of the mast is at 18 feet, the bottom about 127, which is basically the depth limit for certified divers doing recreational... More
I do not know for sure but would be very surprised if they did a discover scuba dive on it. The top of the mast is at 18 feet, the bottom about 127, which is basically the depth limit for certified divers doing recreational diving. We spent most of our time between 50 and 70 feet and I am almost positive that would not be allowed by a non-certified diver. Plus you don't want to do that without being certified. With good visibility you can likely see a lot my snorkeling, and it is MUCH cheaper. My 2 cents.