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Many ships have wrecked nearby Saba Island, Dry Rocks and Turtledove Cay, providing divers with excellent wreck diving.
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Saba Island is a small uninhabited rocky outcropping located three miles southwest of the airport of St Thomas. It is a steep 200 feet high island with a small northern sandy beach, a western and eastern salt pond (popular for birds with a simple bird observation post) and rocky cliffs in the south. Turtledove Cay is connected by a shallow sandbar is, while Dry Rocks can be reached southwest of Montelvan Point, known for its superb snorkeling, excellent diving and hazard for ships. Nearby shipwrecks include the WIT Service IV, WIT Concrete II and the SS Grainton. Although Saba Island is not spectacular for its corals and marine life, it is without doubt a must for wreck enthusiasts.
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