This dive site is located just off Point Saline where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean. Due to its unique location, currents frequently are very strong around this rather small reef. However, the strong currents attract an extraordinary quantity of fish and make this dive clearly one of the top dives in Grenada.
Usually you'll be surrounded by hundreds of chubs and the topography of the reef supplies many overhangs, ledges and tiny little caves for big nurse sharks to hang out. On a regular basis we see eagle rays, southern stingrays and turtles, lobsters and moray eels are spottet on nearly every single dive.
The reef itself drops down from 7m to about 16m and is beautifully covered in corals and sponges.