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Sculpture Park

Located in Moliniere Bay, the first-ever Sculpture Park is a world-famous dive site that was established by Jason deCaires Taylor in 2005. This unique underwater attraction was created with the purpose of promoting coral regrowth in the aftermath of Hurricane Lenny's destructive storm surge in 1999. The reef was severely impacted, with 3-6 feet of sand being scoured from the shallow channels at the top of the reef.

Divers exploring this mesmerizing site will be delighted to find an array of sculptures positioned in sand channels, providing a captivating backdrop for marine life. The sculptures range in depth, with the deepest one reaching 25 feet or 8 meters. As you navigate through the reef, you will encounter a multitude of nudibranchs and flounders, which thrive in the spaces between the sculptures. Additionally, schools of tang can be observed diligently cleaning algae, adding to the vibrant underwater scene.

The Sculpture Park in Moliniere Bay is an ideal diving destination for both beginner and advanced divers. With a maximum depth of 14 meters and visibility reaching up to 13 meters, divers of all levels can enjoy the beauty and wonders of this unique underwater attraction. Located in Grenada, this dive site offers a close proximity to the Underwater Sculpture Garden, situated along the Western Main Road in Moliniere, Saint George.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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Visibility: 0m - 13m
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