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Henderson Reef, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Super dive, slight current running north. Exceptionally healthy reef, some bleaching but not as extensive as in other parts of SVG.

Dive starts at around 30ft with sloping reef at foot of volcanic wall. At half way point there are large boulders, and an exceptional 30 yard swim through. There is an entrance to an underwater cave through a large rock fissure. Didn’t have the equipment to explore this time, but will update once we have had a look!

Lots of urchins, butterfly fish and some fair sized barracuda.

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Petit Byahaut, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Daves first open water dive. Dave is a young (14yrs) local fisher man. He helps in the dive shop at weekends in return for dive training. He is a natural diver, almost perfect bouyancy control on his first dive! Hoping that he will change his mind about wanting to be a fisherman, as he will be a great divemaster!

Vis on dive was naot as good as usual due to recent heavy rain. Lot’s of bleaching has occurred on this site, but water temp is dropping, so hope that corals will have time to recover before too much damage.

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New Guinea Wall, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Very poor vis due to torential rain and swells over past two weeks.

Vis cleared at around 70ft, with cool water upwelling.

Rare species seen; Butterfly fish, black jacks,

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Pinnacle, St Vincent and the Grenadines

Great dive, health coral, some cleaching due to recent ward water.

Calm at surface, but moderate current at around 30ft running north. Cooler water making water appear like a ‘dream sequence’ in places!

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