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Wreck of the Veronica L, Grenada dive site - courtesy of Karl Thomas

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wreck of the Veronica L, Grenada dive site - Courtesy of Kiran Lall
Turtle on the Veronica L, Grenada dive site - Courtesy of Rosie Branch
Fire worm on the Veronica L, Grenada dive site - Courtesy of Rosie Branch
the Veronica L, Grenada dive site - Courtesy of Rosie Branch

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Site: Veronica L

Location: Off Grand Anse

Description: Cargo Vessel

Length: 40 metres

Depth: 16 metres

Visibility: 20 metres

Rating: ***

Formerly at the site of "Twin Wrecks", the Veronica was moved to make way for the new cruise ship terminal. It was loaded onto a barge and was dropped back upright. It now has a nice reef nearby.

Kiran Lall, PADI Divemaster



I dived the Veronica three times during my stay (diving with Dive Grenada) and it was teaming with life on all three dives. Conditions could have been better but it was still a really pleasant dive, plenty of fish and a turtle that stayed with us for over 5 minutes the second trip, barracuda, and shoals of purple wrasse.

Rosie Branch, PADI Advanced Open Water



It was a nice wreck dive, but not spectacular. All the superstructure has disappeared, but there is a large open hold which allows for some penetration.

Bob Hitner



Did this dive as my first night dive and first wreck dive... All I can say was it was AMAZING... Teaming with life and very beautiful. Thanks SubaTech :)

Dave Smallwood



Great dive site. Sorry I can not supply pics as my canon WP-DC11 housing opened up on entry to the water and my Canon powershot G7 sank to the bottom. An expensive loss. The biggest lobster I have ever seen is under the ship outside on the starboard side and several moray eels live close by. ECO-DIVE school were great.

Glenn Balsam | 25/01/2009



Loads of time on this nice little wreck because she is so shallow. Teaming with life all over in and around. Dived with Devotion2Ocean a great dive operation based at the Grenadian by Rex Resorts.

Karl Thomas | 1/11/2009



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