Scuba Diving Near Diamante

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An uninhabited island just off the coast of Diamante is one of the top diving destinations that surrounds Martinique.  Bellow the island is what is known as the Diamond Rock Cavern, which is a triangular cave overflowing with coral and sea fans.  Unfortunately, this is a dive reserved for those who have a lot of experience because the currents can be very strong and dangerous. 

You'll find 3 dive services and a small number of interesting dive sites to choose from.

Dive Operators

If you want to go diving, you should consider Espace Plongee. Whether you're an experienced diver or have the goal of training with a team who is known for their high quality standards, Espace Plongee is the place for you. They are located within Trois Ilets, 3.9 mi. North of central Diamante.

A second option is Planete Bleue. This group offers two dives a day which include lunch and rum punch. You can reach them at (059) 666-0879.

Still another option is Antilles Sub Diamond Rock. Multilevel dive courses, baptisms, night dives, discover packs, and rental equipment are offered to customers. They're situated in downtown Diamant.

The chart directly below enables you to learn details regarding the area's dive services.

Dive Operators Near Diamante
Name Phone Location
Antilles Sub Diamond Rock (059) 676-1065 Downtown Diamant
Espace Plongee (059) 666-0179 Trois Ilets, 3.9 mi. North of Central Diamante
Planete Bleue (059) 666-0879 Trois Ilets, 3.9 mi. North of Central Diamante

Dive Sites

Some information concerning some of the area's major dive sites are shown right below.

Dive Sites Near Diamante
Name Quality Experience Max Depth Current Latitude Longitude
Anse Dufour Very Good All Divers 82.0 Negligible 14.5276449777 -61.0904860497
Diamond Rock Very Good Rescue / CMAS *** 196.9 < 1 knot 14.4446764722 -61.0396528244
Nahoon Wreck Good Advanced Open Water / CMAS ** 127.7 1-2 knots 14.542877969 -61.0798591375

For more information about snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and beginners, read our extensive Caribbean diving article.


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