Scuba diving in St. Anne Rocks
The average air temperature is around 24-29C/75-84F.
When to go
The best diving conditions are in April and May, and October through November when the weather is calm and the water temperature is around 28C/82F with an excellent visibility of up to 30m/98ft. During December and January, the trade winds blow from the North-West, but diving conditions remain almost the same except for some localized perturbations. From May to September, trade winds are stronger and blow from South-East. The water visibility can be bad during August.
What to see
The site features a nice sandy bottom that meets some really tall ledge. here are lots of things to explore. This location offers a huge variety of marine life including many species of reef fish hiding among healthy colorful coral formations as well as octopus, lobsters and some bigger species in the deeper more remote parts of the site such as Napoleon wrasse, giant groupers, turtles, reef sharks and rays.
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