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DIVING

The Old Gin House is located directly next to the 2 only dive shops on Statia. Discover the beauty of the underwater world Statia has to offer. The water surrounding Statia is a protected Marine Park which is filled with prestine reefs, a wide selection of wreck, pinnacles, volcanic fissures and beautiful walls. The reefs are in incredible shape, making diving on Statia an unforgettable experience for all level divers.

Diving at one of the 36 dive spots on the island can be easily done from shore or with a boat ride of 5 to 20 minutes.

SCUBAQUA

Come and dive with us on St. Eustatius' unexplored reefs, wrecks, pinnacles and walls. Our mission is to give you the best diving St Eustatius has to offer with care for your personal safety and the environment. We offer low guest-to-guide ratios, just the way we want to dive ourselves during our holidays. St. Eustatius offers dives for all levels and no matter which level of diving you have, we always listen to your personal needs and do everything to give you an unforgettable experience. Our team is highly trained but even more important, we are passionate about diving and our oceans.

Lowertown, Oranjestad
+599 – 319 5450
dive@subaqua.com
www.scubaqua.com

GOLDEN ROCK DIVE CENTER

Owner operated since 1994 Golden Rock Divers has a small dive shop feel with all the amenities you would expect from a world class dive destination without all the frills. Flexibility is our motto and adjusting to our customers' needs and desires is how we can best ensure their satisfaction. Your safety and enjoyment are at the core of our operation and helping our guests to experience all Statia has to offer is our goal!

Galows Bay, Oranjestad
+599 -318 2964
grdivers@gmail.com
www.goldenrockdive.com

DIVE MAP

OUR FAVORITE DIVE SPOTS

  1. Charlie Brown – Dive to one of the biggest wrecks in the Caribbean Sea.
  2. Grand Canyon – Dive along pinnacles grown with the most beautiful gorgonians.
  3. Barracuda – Steep walls of old lave streams are grown with beautiful corals & housing tons of reef fish & barracuda's.
  4. Double Wreck – A spot filled with the old stones that colonial ships used for ballast during their trips that are grown with corals and sponges and guarded by giant sting rays.
  5. Chien Tong – This Taiwanese ship wreck is a magnet for turtles & fish.