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  1. Aaron's Barge : Aaron's Barges or Aaron's Landing Craft is a relatively young and unexplored wreck surprising all who dive it.
  2. Buck Island, Capella Island : The two fantastic destinations Buck and Capella Islands offer several pretty dive sites just south of St Thomas.
    1. Cartanza Senora : The huge freighter Cartanza Senora is one of the most visited shipwrecks in Shipwreck Cove, Buck Island, St. Thomas.
  3. Flat Cay : Flat Cay offers superb wreck diving as well as one of the healthiest reefs in the world.
  4. Miss Opportunity : The Miss Opportunity is said to have served as a navy hospital ship before it was scuttled just offshore St Thomas' airport.
  5. MV WIT Shoal II, LST 467 : The MV WIT Shoal II, originally built as a LST 467, sank in 1984 and has been enriched with dazzlingly bright sponges and anemones.
  6. Saba Island : Many ships have wrecked nearby Saba Island, Dry Rocks and Turtledove Cay, providing divers with excellent wreck diving.
    1. MV WIT Concrete II : The dive M/V WIT Concrete II is one with beautiful views, colorful sponges and plenty of pelagic.
    2. SS Grainton : The SS Grainton is a huge shipwreck named after its namewise cargo and popular for cruising nurse sharks and pelagic.
  7. Supermarket, Limestone Reef : Limestone Reef is a shallow reef providing a great diversity of sea life, corals and sponges.
      1. Dump Truck : How often can you say that you explored a dump truck from the 1930s while scuba diving.
      2. Salt River Canyon : In the opening of the rivers mouth you will find the beautiful dive site Salt River Canyon.
      3. Scotch Bank : While scuba diving at Scotch Banks you will find scattered piles of coral and sponges surrounded by tropical fish.