Diving in the British Virgin Islands
The BVI is an excellent choice for every level of diver – plenty of shallows with the occasional drop-off, very few currents and plenty of sheltered dive sites. The “Wreck of the Rhone” is one of the most famous and popular and lies in depths from 20 to 80 feet with the water temperature fluctuating at around 80 – 86 degrees.
The Rhone is home to several resident barracuda, sea turtles, stingrays, angel fish and many varieties of fish life. Blue Water Divers have been established in BVI for over 20 years and their dive centres are staffed by highly experienced instructors who offer a variety of PADI courses from beginner to advanced levels of diving and an excellent selection of guided tours.
They have two bases on Tortola at Nanny Cay and Soper’s Hole, but also offer rendezvous diving, enabling them to cover virtually all of the known and lesser known dive sites in BVI. Blue Water Divers will take you to many fascinating dive sites.
Given its name “drowned island” by Christopher Columbus, Anegada is the BVI’s only completely coral island. Being the world’s third largest barrier reef, this coral atoll is home to an amazing variety of marine life.
Caverns, swim-throughs, overhangs and ship wrecks make this divers’ paradise a trip you will remember for a very long time. We Be Divin’ has been granted exclusive rights to dive the Horseshoe Reef, so come and join them as they explore Anegada’s underwater world for the first time in over 15 years.