If you've never tried a live-aboard dive vacation, it's time to jump in.
One of the biggest reasons liveaboards have become increasingly popular is
because the destinations are often to less-traveled and less-dived areas of
Walk the Carnage next to Saint George's Harbour in Grenada, and you'll likely come across "Christ of the Abyss," a statue given by the Costa cruise-ship line to the people of Grenada in appreciation of their assistance after the loss of the liner Bianca C. It is a must-dive for scuba divers who appreciate the history of sunken vessels.
It's barely cocktail hour when we leave Aquanauts dive shop's marina at the
True Blue Bay Resort in Grenada. There, I'd politely declined the offer of a
drink at the bar. "Sorry," I'd shrugged, "but I'm going diving." My
destination: the shallow quarter-wreck.