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Barbados - any recommendations

Discussion in 'Lesser Antilles' started by DivingGal, Jan 9, 2001.

  1. DivingGal

    DivingGal Divemaster

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    Anyone got any favourite dive sites in Barbados? Heading there next month for a winter get away.
     
  2. King_Neptune

    King_Neptune Founder

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    Heya DivingGal,


    Check these out. And then check these too. They may help... Boy I wish I could "get away" like that. How long are you going for?

    Make sure you bring us back some photos!

    =-)

     
  3. DivingGal

    DivingGal Divemaster

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    Two glorious fun-filled, sun-filled, diving two weeks. I've got 10 dives planned with Coral Isle. (only 37 more sleeps to go) :D
     
  4. jennie

    jennie Garibaldi

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    Have a fantastic time, I was out there last March (in fact I did my first dives in the open sea there!)

    I can whole heartedly recommend Roger's Scuba Shack out there. Great people, and fantastic location (right next to a great beach bar called the Boathouse, perfect for after-dive drinks).

    Ummm...for a good dive site, well my fave was a wreck called the Stavronikita. Incredibly beautiful large Greek freight ship.

    Have a fantastic time.

    J
     
  5. DivingGal

    DivingGal Divemaster

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    Thanks Jennie I was looking forward to seeing the Stavronikita, along with some of the wrecks in Carlise Bay. I've also made arrangements to what I call "sea turtle alley". It's an area up the coast from Bridgetown where they are feeding some local sea turtles. Not exactly real life, but a while back when I wasn't diving I was at the site as a snorkler. I thought it would be fund to see it from another angle.
    I can't wait.:bounce: :bounce:
     

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