- Barrell of Beef
Also known as La Roche (The Rock)), is a small island about a quarter of a mile outside Rodney Bay Marina. Maximum depth is around 50ft/15m. This dive has underwater trenches and valleys where you will often see Triggerfish, lots of Lobsters and Great Barracuda.
- Anse Galet
This dive starts on the Anse Galet Beach. The site is made up of a series of coral covered rock fingers that extend from just a few feet below the surface to about 50 feet. Divers generally weave in and out of the fingers as they slowly heads towards the point.
- Anse La Raye Wall
This dive site was named after the village of Anse La Raye (bay of rays). Depth is from 60 - 110ft/18 - 34M. This dive features a beautiful sloping wall that is alive with a multitude of different fish life and many different types of coral. Rays are often seen on this pretty dive.
- Virgin Cove
Named after a shipwreck which killed a party of Nuns and is today commemorated by a Cross which has been erected on the point above the dive site. Shaped like a figure "9", maximum depth is around 70ft/21M. There are lots of large Barrel Sponges, Brain Coral and occasionally Stingrays.
- Rosmund's Trench
This pretty dive has coral shaped like the fingers of a hand with valleys and trenches in between. There is also a small tunnel leading into a chimney. Max depth is around 36ft/11M. Home to Seahorses, Frogfish, Turtles and the "usual" tropical fish. This dive takes around 1 hour. This is a "must do" Marine Park dive.
- Anse Cochon
Anse Cochon North beach Starting in as little as 5ft/1.5M of water and progressing to around 60ft/18M, this reef has a wide range of scenery. There are patches of coral, large fields of boulders and sandy areas. This is a great snorkeling site and we regularly see Turtles, Trumpetfish, Moray Eels, Octopus, Squid and much more. Anse Cochon South beach means Bay of Pigs although we haven't seen any underwater yet!. Max depth 40ft/12M Very varied topography including reef, boulders, walls, pinnacles, all on one dive!. This breeding ground is full of juvenile marine life and home to many Flounder. Usual dive profile is 1 hour.
- The Lesleen "M" Wreck
Wreck of a cargo vessel sunk as an artificial reef in 1986. Sits upright on a sandy bottom at a max depth of 65ft/20M. The 167ft/51M long wreck offers open access to the surface and is inhabited by many types of marine life including Lobster, Moray Eels and reef fish. Stunningly colourful and pretty dive.
- The Daini Koyomaru Wreck
Wreck of a Japanese dredger sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef. The 244ft/75M long wreck landed on its side, mostly intact. Max depth is 108ft/33M making this dive suitable for Advanced Divers only and ideal for Enriched Air (Nitrox). It is home to large French Angelfish, Jacks, Barracuda and a huge Puffer.
- Turtle Reef
Named for its crescent shape not because this is where Turtles hang out (although they sometimes do). Depths range from 40ft/12M to around 140ft/43M. Lots of Pillar Corals and Barrel Sponges in the shallows and plenty of varied marine life make this an interesting "critter spotting" dive.
- Anse Chastanet Reef
Situated right in front of the world famous Anse Chastanet Resort, this is a particularly nice site for snorkeling and for first time divers. There is a shallow reef starting in around 15ft/5M and progressing to around 60ft/18M. This is home to many species of marine life including large Trumpet Fish and Turtles.
This area is on a major headland and is sometimes subject to strong currents which keep the coral and sponges very clean so that their vibrant colours are visible. The depth ranges from 40ft/12M - 200ft/61M. Turtles are often seen on this dive and are usually quite friendly.
- Grand Caille
Also referred as ""The Big House"", this a great dive with abundant fish and coral. It starts at about 40 feet on a terrace and moves out to the lip of a steep slope turn into a wall, with the lip at about 50 feet. The dive progresses along the wall and ends by returning up the wall; over the lip and into the shallow in the same area that Fairyland dive often ends. This is a great dive with abundant fish and coral.
- Trou Diable
A very easy going dive with flat coral reef at around 40ft/12M, however the maximum depth is over 100ft/30M. Features of the dive are Finger Coral, Brain Coral, Barrel Sponges, the usual tropical fish and on a lucky day maybe as many as three turtles. A nice second dive for around 1 hour.
- Ratchet Point
This is a very steep slope 200-300ft. Very beautiful coral including gorgonians and various species of hard coral. The rare bat fish can also be seen here on ocassion. While there is no relation, Ratchet Point is located near the famous "Bat cave" in front of Humming Bird beach.
Four spectacular volcanic peaks rise up from the depths to within a few feet of the surface. The peaks are encrusted with Black and Orange Gorgonians and are home to Trumpet and Filefishes as well as larger species such as Grouper, Jack and Snapper. Seahorses are also seen here.
The area just to the north of Petit Piton was once a leper colony but now a gorgeous black sand beach lined with stately palms denotes the starting point of this site. Enter the water at the Piton end of the beach and simply make your way towards the Piton point. Shoals of fish, southern sennet, jacks, creole wrasse and grunts pass through the area and the site boasts plenty of reef fish.
- Superman's Flight
Named after a scene from the movie Superman II. Entry to the water is at the base of Petit Piton towering 2619ft/805M above you. This sloping wall dive has a depth of around 1500ft/461M. You will see massive fluorescent Sponges, large Gorgonians and many species of colourful tropical fish. A "must do" Soufriere dive.
- The Piton Wall
Located at the base of Petit Piton this dramatic wall drops from the surface down many hundreds of feet. It is covered with Sea Whips, Gorgonians, delicate soft corals and lots of Feather Duster Worms. This is a colourful dive with lots of different things to see.
This is an excellent sites. It take place on a slope of a about forty-five degrees and the bottom is mainly rubble covered with corals, gorgonians and massive barrel sponge. Fish are abundant and diverse and the current is generally just strong enough to make finning unnecessary.
- Coral Gardens
Located at the base of the 2438ft/750M Gros Piton which towers above you. Depth on this site ranges from 15ft/5M to 90ft/27M. Visually stunning scenery both above and below the water. Plenty of five-finger corals and lots of juvenile reef fish make this a favourite diving and snorkeling site.
- The Blue Hole of Anse L'ivrogne
This site is rarely visited. It sustained severe storms damage a few years ago and the corals have been slow to recover. However it is an exciting deep dive, with a very unusual entry. The site gets its name because when viewed from above, there appears to be a hole in the ocean floor.
- Wawinet Wreck
This is possibly the best wreck dive in St. Lucia. The wreck was sunk in the 1980s to act as a fish attraction device. It is often surrounded by large shoals of grunts and soldiers fish, with pelagics guarding the perimeter. The area is prone to very strong currents so this is not a dive for either the novice or inexperienced.