Dive St. Kitts, Saba, & St. Maarten Aboard the Caribbean Explorer II
Diving the Northeastern Caribbean may not get a lot of attention in the dive magazines, but the variety of the topography and types of sites will truly amaze you! Saba is the 5 square mile top of a dormant volcano towering 3,000 feet above the surface and surrounded by volcanic sand. Known for its submerged offshore pinnacles, the abrupt topography above the sea is mirrored below, and the profusion of marine life attests to the early institution of the Saba Marine Park in 1987. St. Kitts offers arguably the widest variety of sites including finger reefs, recent wrecks, and a variety of drop-offs that will capture your imagination.
5 dives daily are normally offered, including night dives. The schedule also provides for up to 3 island tours during the week. There is ample time for our guests to explore forts, rainforests, duty-free shops and museums. The Northeastern Caribbean is an intriguing area offering a blend of Dutch, British, French and native cultures on some of the most scenic islands of the Caribbean.