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Dive St. Vincent

#4 of 4 Boat Tours & Water Sports in St. Vincent Features Animals
Young Island Dock, St. Vincent
+1 784-457-4928
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Doing It Right in St Vincent

Our small group (three couples) had the pleasure of 6 days of diving with Dive St Vincent in late... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2017
Awoosh
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British Columbia
Nicest people, safety conscious, calm diving

Jackie from Dive St. Vincent arranged my trip - hotel, airport transfers, and diving. She made it... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2017
DcMbb
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dc
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Reviewed 24 March 2017

Our small group (three couples) had the pleasure of 6 days of diving with Dive St Vincent in late February. One couple had been diving with them previously (on a couple of trips), and they highly recommended this destination and dive operation. Four of us...More

Thank Awoosh
Reviewed 12 March 2017

Jackie from Dive St. Vincent arranged my trip - hotel, airport transfers, and diving. She made it easy and all fall into place. She was always ready with help and information about the island and recommendations as to what to see, eat, and where to...More

Thank DcMbb
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Dive masters DJ and Calley are awesome and very knowledgeable of the marine life. Very relaxed dives; no pressure to go faster than you like. Take the time to point out species you may not have seen and know where to find them. Fast, stable...More

Thank wjsanderson11
Reviewed 18 December 2016

It should be said right up front that the impacts of unregulated fishing are all too visible - absence of bigger fish, abandoned lines strewn across corals and sponges, occasional wreckage from passing nets. All that said, this creates a dive environment rich in small...More

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 1 December 2016

The waters around St. Vincent are gorgeous with very healthy coral, sponges, and reef life. I have never seen larger Lionfish anywhere. I wish I had brought a spear. The waters are known for their "critters" and there were lots of them. I enjoyed all...More

Thank Bouyscout
Reviewed 31 December 2015

Callie and Dj are among the best of the best in the Carribean for providing dive experiences that will far exceed your expectations. Critters typically elusive on other Carribean destinations are abundant here and never missed by either of these two guides. St Vincent tops...More

Thank Cathy T
Reviewed 29 December 2015

We turned up unannounced and asked if we could get some diving in. Slightly hesitant at first, but the guy, Callie, then took just the 2 of us out for a fairly shallow dive which lasted almost an hour. He said we would be impressed...More

Thank gunnySouthWales
Reviewed 29 November 2015

Dive St Vincent put together a great package with the Mariner Hotel, a 1 minute walk away on the boardwalk. If you want to see Sea Horses, Frogfish, Eels and relatively small fish, this is the place to go. If you want Sharks, go to...More

1  Thank GerryMex
Reviewed 25 November 2015

The dive masters are well trained locals who know the reefs well. Lots of little and interesting critters. A good place to take pictures. There are shallow and deep dives all with lots to see. Time is not restricted and they try to keep the...More

Thank Joyce S
Reviewed 23 November 2015

We stayed at Young Island Resort while diving with Dive St. Vincent and they picked us up at the resort dock each morning. Callie and DJ were great dive guides - finding and pointing out the most elusive of little critters. On a single dive...More

Thank Dor M
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