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Worth the Dive

Good dive ... Worth the time and money. There are lots of wrecks to dive on around Grenada, so... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Salt Lake City, Utah
Interesting wreck dive

I first dived the Bianca 12 years ago. I have to say that since then the superstructure has... read more

Reviewed May 28, 2013
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Good dive ... Worth the time and money. There are lots of wrecks to dive on around Grenada, so plan for a few days of diving, if you like wreck diving as I do. Be sure to include the Bianca C as it will be...More

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Reviewed August 14, 2018 via mobile

Dove on this wreck on such an overcast day that at 130 feet we needed dive lights to see. The descent to the pool on the cruise ship was great to get our bearings as with limited bottom time diving the whole wreck in one...More

Thank alan2303
Reviewed June 10, 2018 via mobile

Only 5-7 min. Sail trip by motorboat from Grand Ance Beach you find Bianca C. Down at 40-50 meter. Visibility okay but not fully clear, no current. The eruption is in strong process but lot of things is intact.

Thank Per H
Reviewed February 22, 2017

If you're reading this then you already know what the Bianca C is. As of February 2017 she is in a state of advanced deterioration and one of our DM's said that he's seen several sections/areas collapse just in the last 9 months. After diving...More

1  Thank DeepWreckDiver
Reviewed July 17, 2015

If you want the Bianca C in your log book or if you have a fascination with large wrecks, go for it. But its an extremely large hunk of deteriorating steel 170 feet underwater. There were no fish and due to the depth, little or...More

Thank Steve D
Reviewed October 14, 2013

Bianca C is an amazing wreck. Plenty of info is available as to the background but it is basically a sunken cruise liner. Swim in the swimming pools, pose at the bow its a great wreck and a very interesting dive. It is fine on...More

2  Thank Ian T
Reviewed May 28, 2013

I first dived the Bianca 12 years ago. I have to say that since then the superstructure has collapsed and my overall impression was that it was less impressive than it had been. However, it is still a good wreck dive - its' size alone...More

1  Thank diverNewark
Reviewed December 27, 2012

I'm not going to waffle on about this wreck, if you go to Grenada and your an experienced diver,( due to the fact that the current can "Rip" through here), this is a MUST DO dive !!! Another great dive is "King Mitch", make sure...More

1  Thank Roy D
Reviewed December 10, 2011

Dived twice with Devotion2Ocean and both times the dive was spectacular. Sitting upright on the seabed at 30 to 40 metres it's for advanced divers but the opportunity to swim along the deck of such a large vessel shouldn't be missed. Took a dip in...More

1  Thank Scubametrix
Reviewed February 7, 2007

I dived on Bianca C in January of 2007. It is a magnificent wreck, but the visibility this time of year is not too good -perhaps fifty feet. Because the ship's interior is deteriorating, penetration is no longer allowed. Neverthekess, her size and exterior features...More

3  Thank lajollabob
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