The underwater landscape off the coast of Rodney Bay is shaped by the island's volcanic origins. Visibility ranges from 20 to 200 feet, allowing for great views of colorful coral reef, drastic walls, and interesting pinnacles. Several shipwrecks are also within easy reach of this coastal town.
You'll find dive services dive services and a small number of dive sites to choose from.
If you want to go diving, you might want to contact Scuba Steve's Diving. To explore St. Lucia from under the water, try one of the tours by Scuba Steve. This owner operate center offers personalized services that are unmatched. They are situated in Gros Islet, 0.6 mi. North-Northwest of central Rodney Bay.
Another good option is Sandals Grande St. Lucian Diving. Those who wish to continue their dive training beyond Discover Scuba can sign up for any of PADIs offerings at Sandals. This service will cost extra. You can call them at (758) 455-2000.
Take a moment to read the table just below to obtain information about dive service operators.
|Sandals Grande St. Lucian Diving||(758) 455-2000||1.7 mi. North-Northwest of Central Rodney Bay|
|Scuba Steve's Diving||(758) 450-9433||Gros Islet, 0.6 mi. North-Northwest of Central Rodney Bay|
View the following table to see some information regarding some of the area's dive sites.
|Good||All Divers||65.6||< 1 knot||14.1099007357||-60.9473419189|
|--||All Divers||39.0||1-2 knots||14.0278017127||-60.9856638909|
To learn more about snorkeling, including useful tips and suggestions for both beginners and experienced divers, read this exhaustive discussion of diving in the Caribbean.
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