Scuba diving in Grand Turk

The dive sites on the Grand Turk Wall boast very healthy coral, deep drop-offs and outstanding visibility of up to 150 feet. A short 5-10 minute boat ride away, they are suitable for divers of all experience levels. For more seasoned divers and when weather conditions are favourable, we can also run tours to further dive sites around Salt Cay, the remains of the HMS Endymion wreck or even South Caicos. Our fully shaded, 32ft deep-v hull power boat "Spyhop" will get you fast, safely and comfortably wherever you would like to go.

Our dive boat

Graceful Eagle Ray

We dive in small groups with a maximum of 6 customers on the boat and adopt a tranquil pace of diving so you can enjoy the local underwater world to the fullest. Some of the regular reef inhabitants include Squirrelfish, Butterflyfish, Damsels, Boxfish, Groupers, Snappers, Flounders, Trumpetfish, Angelfish, Stingrays, Hawksbill Turtles and Barracudas. Eagle Rays, Blacktip Reef Sharks and Dolphins are also commonly seen. In the wintertime you will dive to the soundtrack of singing Humpback Whales, while in summer it is possible to encounter Manta Rays.

Blacktip Reef Shark

Octopus in disguise

We generally go out for two morning dives and spend the surface interval on the boat, offering you hot and cold drinks and a little snack. Should you wish to do only one morning dive, however, we can accommodate you as well. Afternoon and night dives are also available.

With water temperatures from 74°F (23°C) in winter to 84°F (29°C) in summer and great visibility, Grand Turk is an attractive, all-year-round diving destination.

Please note: Weight restriction is 250 pounds due to equipment limitations.