Anse Cochon (Diving in Saint Lucia)

Dive site characteristics

Types Sea dive Fauna dive Shipwreck dive Drift dive
Conditions Satisfying or excellent visibility Visibility more or less reduced Visibility very restricted or null
Interests Coral Exotic fishes wildlife Sea shells
Providers Swimming
Planning Rescue in case of emergency Weather conditionsRoad conditionsRoad maps

Diving notes

The picture on the left, looking north, shows where the shore dive is done. The central picture shows where most of the time the boats remain when they stop for a while. The picture on the right shows the buoys locating the shipwreck.

It is important to take good reference point with the compass before diving. The visibility is sometime poor during rain season. There is always a light current coming from the south toward the open sea.

Entry points

Note: directions are accurate as possible. Il is recommended to go with someone who knowns the site.

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Anse Cochon  40-65′  In the north section of the bay, you may explore the fauna. On the south section, a shipwreck can be explored.

Driving directions

Information to come.

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