Underwater Sculptures, St. George's

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Head beneath the surface to see an interesting and unusual art and conservation project at Underwater Sculptures. Created by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, the park features over 65 individual sculptures, with some positioned together to form a scene, and some standing alone. Open to artistic interpretation, the sculptures have been designed to promote the regrowth of coral and other aquatic life in the area. The hope is that the sculptures will provide a sanctuary for marine life once coral polyps attach to the concrete statues, and alleviate the intense pressure on the ecosystem because of tourism and hurricanes. Explore the underwater park on a scuba diving, snorkeling, or glass-bottomed boat excursion. Arrange to visit Underwater Sculptures and other attractions in St. George's using our St. George's online trip maker .
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  • I would highly recommend this tour. Captain Howard and Kimmy are so knowledgeable and provided us with a fantastic snorkeling adventure. Kimmy stays with the group snorkeling and points out all sorts ...  more »
  • Had a chance to dive with Curtis, the husband of the owner Eveline of Scuba Tech … Not a deep dive, but probably one of the most fun dives I have ever done! How can you not enjoy sculptures of a woman...  more »
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  • Several years ago when this statue park was first put in, it was really cool to explore. Now, all the statues have pretty much fallen and isn't really worth exploring. You'd be better off snorkeling around the rocks to see fish and other sea creatures. If you're sailing here, you can grab one of the 3 white mooring balls just south of the point, or one of the two in Dragon Bay just north. The red balls are for commercial/ diving boats; however, you can take these for overnight stay later in the day. Just be mindful of the depths.
  • The sculpture are 3-5 meters deep. If you want to touch them and take pictures really close, it is challenging to dive just using mask. But if you have scuba diving gear you can have the best experience underwater.
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