Come dive, sail, and explore the enchanting island of St. Croix with Sea Dog Divers aboard Juliet, a beautiful 104 foot three-masted sailing schooner. Twelve lucky divers will depart from Frederiksted Pier to explore the wrecks and reefs of Butler Bay, the walls off Cane Bay, and the reef and slopes of the northern shores of the island around the Salt River and Christainsted on this exciting adventure.
Leave work and stress behind and get ready to enjoy nature at its best! No crowds, no traffic, just a blue ocean under a blue sky! St. Croix is truly a hidden gem in the Caribbean. As the largest of the US Virgin Islands, it boasts beautiful beaches, rain forests, salt marshes, desert, and plains. But the beauty doesn’t stop at sea level. With so much natural diversity, you might want to consider extending your trip to explore the island, or maybe sneak in some additional dives!
Our trip will begin and end at the Frederiksted Pier, which means you land, head to the boat, toss your clothes in your cabin and throw a tank on your back the day you arrive! If your no-fly times allow, at the end of the week you can take a dip with a final afternoon dive and maybe even a last night dive at the Pier as well. This Pier is beloved by many a diver, photographer, and critter lover. Ranging in depths from 10-60 feet, there is no lack of diversity all along the pilings. Octopus, sea horses, and frog fish are almost guaranteed on every dive, not to mention juvenile puffers and box fish, many varieties of worms and sea slugs, and a handful of resident turtles as well.
Complete information for this adventure can be found at this link: http://www.seadogdivers.com/dive-travel/st-croix---feb-15-21-2019.html