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“Fun if slightly creepy!”

Underwater Sculptures
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Sculpture Snorkel and Powerboat Sightseeing Tour in Grenada
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

Nice diving destination for an easy, low effort dive. The sculptures are great for pictures though I was not the only person to think they would make an excellent scene in a horror movie.

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Reviewed February 9, 2013

The marine park underwater sculpture park consists of 10 or so sites where sculptures have been erected on the ocean floor. With our guide from Scubatech, the entire park took about 45 minutes to view. A new circle of children was completed about 2 months ago and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the sinking of the Bianca C, a replica of the Christ Of The Deep statue was installed in 2011. We brought dive snorkels which allowed us to get a little closer whenever we wanted without fear of getting a mouthful of seawater. If you like to snorkel, this is definitely worth checking out. For the best possible light I'd advise booking it for the early afternoon so the sun is on the west side of the island and is not blocked by the cliff face along the shoreline.

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Reviewed February 9, 2013

Despite the fact that much of the reef was destroyed,these sculptures, fascinating in themselves, help new coral and plant life to grow. We found the area to still have many fish and the snorkelling was fun among the sculptures. We went with Howard in the zodiac so it was a small group. The sculptures are meant to evolve as more growth comes on them.

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Reviewed February 8, 2013

I saw them via snorkel. I think to really apprecite them you need to dive. Unfortunately the last hurricane to hit Grenada destroyed the reef so full marks for these sculptures which are there to encourage wildlife. Unfortunately, from the top of the water you can't appreciate them as much

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Reviewed January 31, 2013

This is truly an incredible place for snorkeling! These sculptures are life size. The variety of fish in this area is some of the best we have seen in the Caribbean.

Thank Krista826
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