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Great dive, good snorkel!

It is a little deep for snorkeling but if the conditions are good, you will be amazed. Is is really... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2018
Jacksonville, FL
Still a world-class wreck dive!

This is still a fantastic dive, even after the hurricane. Really great photography opportunities... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2018
Sunnyvale, California
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Park that encompasses the wreck of the HMS Rhone, a mail ship that sunk during a hurricane in 1867, and Dead Chest Island, both great dive sites.
Lee Bay, Salt Island, Road Town, Tortola
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Reviewed 31 July 2018

It is a little deep for snorkeling but if the conditions are good, you will be amazed. Is is really a wonderful dive with lots to explore!

Thank Travelingmomof2boys
Reviewed 29 July 2018

This is still a fantastic dive, even after the hurricane. Really great photography opportunities and a good place if you have divers of varying skill levels (novices on the prop, more advanced divers on the deeper sections).

Thank ScottL1918
Reviewed 5 July 2018

We had the opportunity to dive the wreck during our time on the Cuan Law, We thoroughly enjoyed both a day and night dive. Lots to see--well worth it!

Thank Mattkbunk
Reviewed 7 June 2018

We found it very easy to view the stern section of the wreck. There was also a cute sea turtle. But we did notice that the current increases as you swim down the length of the wreck, so look out.

1  Thank kk3n
Reviewed 14 May 2018

With 60-70 ft visibility and the stern approximately 12-15 ft below the surface it's a perfect dive and snorkeling spot. Easy free dive to touch the stern (if you so desire) but can easily make out the prop, prop shaft to reduction gear, port holes...More

Thank Myles R
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Such a beautiful place! The Diving and Snorkeling here are amazing and easy. A great day stop on our recent bareboat charter.

Thank Brenda R
Reviewed 27 March 2018

Your heart will beat faster. Experience must be done. My only regret is to not bring a camera to capture this beautiful historic wreck.

Thank umut e
Reviewed 8 September 2017

So glad that the weather cooperated (relatively smooth waters, clear water and current not too strong) and that we got to see this wreckage. Get the history of the steamer before you dive/snorkel because it will make the wreckage so real.

Thank Slaybell2
Reviewed 31 July 2017

Enjoyed my three dives on the Rhone. Very glad that this is being protected as a national park. Our dive boat, the Cuan Law, included an excellent summary of the history

Thank Clarissa E
Reviewed 27 July 2017

This was by far the coolest place we have dived at. So much marine life, great visibility and bright corals. The water is pretty choppy when on surface but this truly is a must do!

Thank Danielle V
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Christine V
18 January 2017|
Response from JSmith315 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure. Typically only scuba operators will be heading out to the Rhone.
15 January 2017|
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Response from danwarburton8 |
Hi Brick My name is Dan and I'm a dive instructor with Sail Caribbean Divers on Tortola. Its a big question about the dive sites if you haven't dived the Rhone before it is worth doing. My favorite sites in the area are... More
Dana K
10 November 2016|
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Response from SFox67550 | Reviewed this property |
Probably not unless you are certified. The wreck is around 60ft deep at the shallowest point.