St George Wreck is one of the most beautiful wrecks in the Caribbean. Built in 1962 in Scotland, the 262 ft / 80 m long ship was used as a freighter to transport grain and flour between Norway and America. After 20 years of service the ship ended up in the port of Santo Domingo and in 1999 was sunk about a half mile / 800 meters from the Viva Resort in Dominicus. The original name was different, but before sinking it, they named the wreck St George after the hurricane George, that hit the Caribbean the year before (1998).

Every dive on this wreck is a special dive. Many beautiful corals has grown on the wreck over the years, you can watch many school of fish going through each other, never mixing together. Because the wreck is deep, you have to be an Advanced Open Water Diver to visit this dive site, the maximum depth is 144 ft / 44 m. If you are not certified advanced diver yet, why don’t you take the AOWD course with us?

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