St Vincent, a volcanic island in the eastern Caribbean, has some of the most
interesting diving of any destination in the area. Although the pretty reefs of the
Caymans, Bonaire and Belize are well known, St Vincent is "the critter capital of the
Caribbean". Odd fish, shrimps, sea horses, the very rare fingerprint cyphoma are all
found here in relative profusion. Red Banded Lobsters on the deep reefs below 100 feet
and the tiny Squat Lobster of the shallows are animals that might never be found
anywhere else. All credit has to be given to owner Bill Tewes and the staff at Dive St
Vincent. Bill has been a self described "critter nut" for years and it's his keen eyes and
enthusiasm that open up the world of the weird here. For anyone looking for the
unusual and extraordinary, Dive St Vincent (www.divestvincent.com)is the operation
to explore with.
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