Saint Christopher Wreck

On a slightly sloping sandy bottom, covered with colorful soft tree corals lies an 18m/59ft wooden hull of a cargo boat which was deliberately sunk to create an artificial reef. The wreck has become the home for juvenile snapper, batfish and other reef fish, Fantastic colored feather stars and sponges cover parts of the wreck and surrounding areas. Blue spotted rays are common on the sandy bottom in this area. At night the wreck is alive with small shrimp and crabs. This site is best dived at slack tide as there can be moderate to strong current during tidal changes.