Dive Profile: 90-130ft. (28-40m).
Known as the ‘Titanic of the Caribbean,’ the Bianca C is the Caribbean’s largest wreck, and Grenada’s most famous dive. After mysteriously catching fire in St George’s harbour in 1961, this 600ft. luxury liner was towed out to sea where she sank, settling upright in 160ft. of water. The normal dive profile ranges from 90ft., where the fully intact bow section looms into view, down to her mid-section, where divers may float around in her huge, on-deck swimming pool. After half century under water, the Bianca C is encrusted with a beautiful tapestry of hard and soft corals, and is home to barracuda, spotted eagle rays and schools of jacks. The Bianca C dive is truly an awe-inspiring experience, but due to depth and the possibility of strong currents, it is only suitable for experienced divers, and a checkout dive will normally be required.