When you’re visiting this eastern Caribbean island country — which includes Carriacou and Petite Martinique — don’t miss the chance to buy spices such as nutmeg, sample chocolate made by a cocoa co-op and, of course, get in some stellar diving, including these standout wrecks.
Bianca C Near Grand Anse Beach
In 1961, the 600-foot luxury Italian cruise ship was at anchor in St. George’s Harbor when a fire broke out after an engine-room explosion. Today, advanced divers make bluewater descents past 100 feet in swift current to dive the Titanic of the Caribbean.
Shakem Grand Anse Beach
This 180-foot cargo barge went down with a full load of concrete-stuffed bags, still visible in the open hold. The coral-festooned bow is popular with photographers.
Veronica L Near St. George’s Harbor
This small wreck in only 45 feet of water offers plenty of marine life, including camouflaged frogfish, morays, rays and schooling reef fish.