Anchor Dive Center
Because of Anchor Dive Center's location within Salt River National Park, they are the only dive center that offers immediate access to St. Croix's best dive sites - a mere 5 minutes away from St. Croix's best diving. With small dive groups of 6, you will find the staff willing to help every diver not only with gear, but with improving your skills in the water. Visit Anchor's Web site for details.
St. Croix Dive Operators:
Anchor Dive Center
Box 5588, Salt River Marina, Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI 00823
(800) 532-DIVE, (340) 778-1522, FAX (340) 772-3059
Cane Bay Dive Shop
P.O. Box 4510, Kingshill
St. Croix, US. Virgin Islands 00851
Toll Free: 1 (800) 338-3843 Phone: (340) 773-9913 Fax: (340) 778-5442
Cap'n Dick's SCUBA West
12 Strand St., Frederiksted, St. Croix, USVI 00840
(340) 772-3701 or (800) 352-0107
Box 4254, Strand Street, Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI 00822
(340) 773-3307 or (800) 235-9047
Dive St. Croix
59 King's Wharf, Box 3045, Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI 00840
(340) 773-2285 or (800)523-DIVE; FAX: (340) 773-9411
N2 The Blue Scuba Diving
4093 Diamond Ruby Suite 7 PMB 370
St. Croix, US. Virgin Islands 00820
Toll Free: 1 (866) 451-4606 Phone: (340) 778-1953 Fax: (413) 825-5898
St. Croix Ultimate Bluewater Adventures (SCUBA)
#14, Caravelle Arcade, Christiansted, St. Croix, USVI 00820
(340) 773-5994 Toll Free (877) STX-SCUBA Fax (340) 773-5910
St. Croix Watersports
lies in 75-110ft. of water
The Suffolk Maid
Buck Island National Monument
Two miles off St. Croix's north shore, this U.S. National Park offers over 250 species of fish as well as sponges, crustaceans and corals.
The Frederiksted Pier
The entry and exit of this dive may cause some problems to the beginner, but other than that it is a very easy dive. The peir's pilings have become an underwater forest full of marine life.
A great deal of sea life is seen at this spot, including an occasional shark or manta.
A variety of marine life is spotted here from sea fans and hard and soft corals to nurse sharks and queen angelfish.
Barracuda and filefish are among those seen on this dive.
Salt River Drop Off
At the mouth of the Salt River, this prime dive site encompasses the east and west walls of a submerged canyon. You'll find a wide variety of marine life including forests of black coral.