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The Aruba Shipwreck Directory  Caribbean Shipwrecks

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Published on: 2012/10/21

 

ARUBA Netherland Antilles
Aruba is the most westerly of the ABC islands of the Netherlands Antilles,
lying 15 miles north of Venezuela. The island is well known for its white
sand beaches, casinos and resorts.

Most diving is done off the island’s west coast, and there are a number of
interesting and historic shipwrecks to be explored.

For more information about Aruba visit the Aruba Board of Tourism’s official website – www.aruba.com

click below to the source which has a list of several shipwrecks

source: The Aruba Shipwreck Directory  Caribbean Shipwrecks.

New Christ of the Deep at Home in the Underwater Sculpture Park

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Published on: 2012/04/05

| Grenada’s Official Travel Planning Website.

 

The Grenada Underwater Sculpture Management Group (GUSMI) is pleased to report that the World’s First underwater sculpture park, located 2 miles north of St Georges at Moliniere Bay, is now home to two new statues.

The first piece, a replica of The Christ of the Deep, was on display on the Carenage since its official blessing there on the 22nd October during a ceremony attended by numerous officials including the Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture, Peter David.

 

New sculptures at world’s first underwater sculpture park

The second sculpture, ‘Sienna’, is based on a character from the short story ‘A Different Ocean’ written by local author Jacob Ross. Sienna is a young girl gifted in free diving. The story follows friendship and betrayal as her talent is exploited in the search for lost treasure.

We posted another link for our diver friends as a reference:

http://www.eturbonews.com/26687/new-sculptures-world-s-first-underwater-sculpture-park

Bonaire Diving Locations

Best Caribbean Dive Sites | Bonaire Diving Locations – Dive sites.

 

Bonaire is often called a divers paradise. This is also the tagline you’ll see on the number plates of the cars. The island is especially known for its 53 easily accessible shore dive sites.

Bonaire has 86 official dive sites. Most are marked by yellow stones. You’ll find them on the side of the road. Each stone carries the name of the particular dive site.  Bonaire is visited by snorkelers and SCUBA divers of all skill levels.

Bonaire is a premier Caribbean underwater photography destination from entry to professional level. The abundance and variety of colorful sea life on Bonaire’s reefs offers countless micro and macro subjects.  In addition, calm seas and mild currents make underwater picture taking less challenging on Bonaire than other destinations.

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