Scuba Diving

You don't have to be an expert to enjoy Scuba diving off the coast of Abaco, but if you are Abaco’s s waters contain a vast underwater playground. Explore coral catacombs and sparkeling sand channels or dive a fascinating wreck. You can go diving with Dive Guana or Brendal, please find information about both below.




Dive Sites

THE ORIGINAL TARPON DIVE
Dive with Tarpons at 50’ and hand feed Brendal’s pet “Grouper Junkanoo” while diving along a wall of coral

CORAL CAVERNS
Explore caverns at 50’ and feed “Calypso Grouper” amid schools of silversides breathtaking and abundant tropical fish.

CORAL CONDOS
Formation of coral heads and plate coral at 60’ with an abundance of micro life.

WRECK OF THE SAN JACINTO
Dive the wreck of the 1st US steamship that was made. It was built in 1847 and sank in 1865. At 40’ feet a large green moray.

THE CATACOMBS
At 40’ explore sun-filtered catacombs with lots of fish and turtles – a photographers dream.

HORSE SHOE REEF
Explore sparkling sand channels at 40’ that lead to coral heads of every size.

ELKHORN CORAL REEF
Feed stingrays and lunge on the beach. Enjoy a Fresh grilled seafood or lobster (when in season) lunch on a beautiful beach.

VALLEY OF THE SPONGES
At 90’ explore colorful tube and barrel sponges

GROUPER ALLEY
At 90’ dive with schools of large groupers

THE LEDGE
At 100’ dive with large groupers swimming amongst corals and sponges

HOLE IN THE WALL
A huge coral head through which divers can swim through and sun-filtered caverns at 50’

THE CRATERS
Dive to coral head formations at 60’ with caverns filled with sunlight

CORAL CANYONS
Dive to an underwater canyon with crevasse terrain and fish of every size and kind at 55’

SEA GYPSY REEF
Soft and hard coral of every kind at 40’ with interlinking sand channels filled with tropical fish.

THE CORAL GARDENS
SA garden of fan corals, gorgorian coral and sponges all at 80’

THE WRECK OF VIOLET MITCHELL
At 45’ explore a wreck that sank in the 1980’s alive with schools of fish.

THE PILLARS
Spectacular pillar coral from 35’ to the surface.