Bianca C...Dive Grenada

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Bianca C...Dive Grenada

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For advanced divers who wish for a fantastic visit and a memorable dive experience, Grenada and the Bianca C wreck site is the ideal place to be.

While on your vacation to Grenada, you ought not to miss out on a great dive experience when you think of scuba diving. The ultimate and most desired place to get the most of your experience is at the Bianca C. It has an extraordinary history as it dates back to 1961 when the “Titanic of the Caribbean” (which the Bianca C is commonly referred to as) sank below sea level and its fascinating view of how it sits and positions in an upright manner makes it a most visit site once you set foot on this wonderful Caribbean Island. Its mere history and appearance never fails to satisfy the fantasy and needs of divers from all around the world.

The dive to this amazing site generally begins within the “swimming pool” that has a tunnel which leads straight through to the open sea, the right away channel to the wreckage site. However, before venturing into this world of adventure, bear in mind to keep a good look out for random Eagle Rays, Nurse and Reef Sharks as well as a host of other sea creatures. As a result of the depth and dense features associated with this site, it is recommended that only trained and experienced divers should visit the site. All hope is not lost though for new divers, as there are numerous locations in which you can go to get a vast tutoring and advanced lessons with practical activities to strengthen your diving skills.

With its extent history and many voyages across historic landmarks, the Bianca C would definitely be an attraction site and forever memory for the Grenadians. Over the years of its renovations and developments, it was able to hold over 1200 passengers among other carriages (products). One fascinating history about the Bianca C is the fact that at the time of its major accident, a total of 672 people of the 673 persons on board were saved due to the quick response of the on sea boats and sea workers on the shores of Grenada. For advanced divers who wish for a fantastic visit and a memorable dive experience, Grenada and the Bianca C wreck site is the ideal place to be.

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7.5
Quality of reef or wreck. 
 
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Fish life on the day. 
 
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Do not miss this dive if you are comfortable and have your Advanced PADI qualification. If not get it while on holiday in Grenada and further your diving. See this massive piece of steel on the Caribbean Sea floor. Diving is amazing yes. A difficult dive due to the depth and scale of the wreck, added to the fact that current can exist conservation of air is a challenge. Nitrox is much better allowing a better time at the depths necessary for this wreck, there isn't a reef to chill out and start to off gas on either.

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But the sheer size if you have good vis must be amazing unfortunately I haven't seen this. I would love to know anyone who has good footage or pics of this on a good day. It was also hard to find a dive shop that would take me ! Its not way out but not as easy as other dive sites.

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