Located directly in the premises of the "Madi Creoles Resort", in heart of the small cove of Anse Latouche, Lionel Lafont, his wife, Francoise and their team would like you to discover the May 8, 1902 underwater wrecks as well as the Northern Caribbean walls right up to the Pearl Rock. The Center, operational as of 1986, guarantees you thorough knowledge of all diving sites. Diving through the wrecks becomes a veritable cultural activity thanks to the historical and geographical commentary, in a warm and friendly atmosphere. TROPICASUB, a CMAS and CEDIP Diving School, offers you : a new 38-feet launch boat with a 330 HP turbo D engine, one compressor 20m3/hr and 30 full AQUALUNG diving kits (tanks, regulators, b/c, wet suits, fins, masks and snorkels.). We have over twenty diving sites split into three main categories: Wrecks of 1902's volcano eruption, fringing coral reefs and abyssal walls. In view of the variety of diving experiences, we may attend to twenty divers simultaneously, whatever their level, from beginners to instructors. The Center is open every day and offers two daily off shore dives: In the morning at 9:30 a.m. to the wrecks for a historical dive. and at 11:30 a.m., shore dive (or swimming pool) for students and beginners. in the afternoon at 2:30 p.m. to discover the underwater plant and wildlife of the island's north.