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MARK EVANS: Grenada and Carriacou – that’s a wrap!

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And so the whirlwind tour of Grenada and Carriacou by the Scuba Diver team has come to an end.

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Yesterday saw our final day of diving in Grenada and Carriacou, taking in some of the main island’s finest reefs with Dive Grenada.¬†Flamingo Bay, Dragon Bay and Happy Valley were our targets, and all three delivered. Overnight rain meant visibility was not at its best due to a bit of run-off, but there was still much to enjoy, including veritable forests of soft corals, huge barrel sponges, dramatic mini-walls undercut with overhangs and little crevices just right for lobster and crabs to hide out in, vast shoals of snapper and Creole wrasse, barracuda, trevally, French angelfish, and a monster anchor embedded into the wall.

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The kit is drying in the warm sunshine – typically, the weather for the coming week shows light winds, plenty of sunshine and not much rain! – our bags are packed, now it is time to start collating all the images and copy ready for a series of features and guides in Scuba Diver to run over the next 12 months. Look out for the 16-page Scuba Diver Guide to Grenada and Carriacou in the September issue for starters!

www.puredivinggrenada.com

https://www.scubadivermag.com/mark-evans-grenada-shipwrecks/

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