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A list of the best rated scuba dive sites in BVI.

RMS Rhone

Rated 5.0, 2 votes

The R.M.S. Rhone was built in England by Millwall Iron Works in 1865. She was part of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company which provided services between England, Caribbean and Central and South America. It was an iron hulled, 310 feet long vessel powered by sail and steam engine. It was a fine vessel with a short career. On October 19, 1867 she was one of about 75 vessels damaged or lost in a hurricane so violent that people talked about it for decades. The storm caught her at anchor while tra...

MV Inganess Bay

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

Crushed upon the rocky shores of Road Harbour during Hurricane Bertha, the BVI Dive Operators' Association cleaned and then towed the stricken vessel M/V Inganess Bay to its current resting spot on the white sandy bottom between Salt and Cooper Islands. At 80' (26m) the Inganess Bay is a fun wreck where you can swim through the bridge, cargo holds or play with the giant loading cranes....

Ginger Island

Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The small uninhabited island Ginger Island is connected with Virgin Gorda by a chain of small islets. Most boats anchor in protected South Bay Popular dives include Alice in Wonderland and Alice's Back Door where excellent strands of brain, star and pillar corals are exhibited. Marine fish including trigger fish, rock beauties, angelfish and snapper inhabit the reefs around Ginger Island. Its interior bush is made up out of many exotic plants such as hibiscus, oleander and orchids. Other pristin...


Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The main island of the British Virgin Islands is Tortola, translated from Spanish as land of the turtle doves, with large towns such as Road Town, Wesley Hill, Parham Town, Kingstown and Freshwater Pond. It is known as the yachting capital of the Caribbean, particularly popular for sailboats, but other boat charters are seen in large numbers as well. Most dive shops are located on the protected south side of Tortola but when conditions are good, northern dive sites are well worth the long boat r...

Jost van Dyke

Rated 4.5, 2 votes

The laid back Jost van Dyke Islands are the northwestern island group of British Virgin Islands and include Little Jost van Dyke, Green Cay, Sandy Split, Sandy Cay, Great Tobago and Little Tobago. It was Columbus who first discovered this paradise but it is named after a Dutch pirate. Jost van Dyke Island is only four times three miles large with less than 500 permanent inhabitants. The only way to enter this idyllic island is by 20-minute ferry from West End, Tortola or by private charter. You ...