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Scuba DivingThe two most memorable dives in St Kitts are the wrecks of the River Taw and the wreck of the Talata. Lying in only 50 feet of water  the 144 feet long freighter River Taw. Although it only sank in 1978, encrusting sponges and corals have taken a hold on the hull. Schools of  blackbar soldierfish, blue tangs and butterfly fish are commonly seen. The freighter M/V Talata sank in 1975. It has become the home to a growing  population of marine life including large nurse sharks, stingrays, turtles and octopus. Other dive sites include Sandy Point Bay, Nags Head, Grid Iron and Monkey Schoal

Site Info.As you browse through my site you’ll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to Nevis.


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Getting ThereAmerican Airlines flies daily between St Kitts and Miami, New York and Boston via San Juan in Puerto Rico. Traveling from Europe or Canada requires flying via Antigua, St Martin or San Juan.


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