Five underwater sites
British Virgin Islands, Anegada

There are dozens of places on the Virgin Islands where you can dive into wrecked ships and take great underwater photos. The only problem is that they are all quite distant from each other and you have to travel almost all over the British part of the archipelago. But there is one place where you will immediately find five activities for diving. Here at the bottom are the American Lion Brig, which sank in 1811, a section of shallow water, which usually places the most interesting after a shipwreck, and three more ships that sank near the reef - Rokus, Big Bamboo and Parramatta. Here you will have the opportunity to take pictures with guns and anchors, explore the skeletons of coral-covered ships, descend into reef caves, swim with sharks and much more.

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Wrecks: Spanish Galleon "La Victoria"
Wrecks: Spanish Galleon "La Victoria"
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