Dive into the Caribbean waters off Grenada and explore King Mitch shipwreck, teeming with resident reef sharks, barracudas, and large turtles. See the bright marine life in this sunken vessel and enjoy a challenging dive in the Caribbean sea.
What to Expect
Spend a day diving at an amazing shipwreck site, 6 miles off the southernmost tip of Grenada. The sunken mine sweeper and cargo vessel at King Mitch is yours to explore and is teaming with marine life.
The depth and ever-present current means even experienced divers will find King Mitch challenging, but the underwater sights will be worth the effort. With your provided tanks and weights, swim through the skeleton of the ship's bridge and explore the hull and holds. Dive in and around the ship and over the odd bag of lost cargo on the Caribbean Sea floor.
The shipwrecked vessel is 200 feet (60 meters) long, and is home to a multitude of sea life. Diving in and out of both holds you may meet nurse sharks, black tip reef sharks, and large turtles. Watch out for large barracudas cruising this shipwreck dive site as well!
- Tanks and Weights
- 10% Local Taxes
What's Not Included
- Diving Equipment (available for purchase at check-out)
- 2 Marine Park Fee