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Address: Grenada
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A "drift" dive on the south of the island with strong underwater...

A "drift" dive on the south of the island with strong underwater currents and an excellent chance of seeing sharks, rays and turtles.

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A good dive!

In my experience normally if a reef is called shark reef, then you can pretty much guarantee you won't see any! However we did see one nurse shark which was great. The currents... read more

Reviewed 1 February 2015
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Reviewed 1 February 2015 via mobile

In my experience normally if a reef is called shark reef, then you can pretty much guarantee you won't see any! However we did see one nurse shark which was great. The currents can be unforgiving and the first drop we missed the reef so aborted the dive. The second drop we were successful and as I metioned we saw... More 

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Reviewed 30 September 2012

Something about this reef was always cursed for me. Either an off day for clarity or too strong of a current, etc. The reef is really nice don't get me wrong, certainly a great dive site and the more likely place to see nurse sharks. I would recommend it, I seemed to be the only one of my diving friends... More 

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