Scuba Diving With TradeWinds In The Grenadines
It’s not every day that a girl gets to go hunting lionfish.
Lionfish, if you don’t know, are those beautiful fish with long white tendrils on their back (called dorsal spines) that flutter gracefully in the water. Beautiful, but poisonous.
Over the years scuba diving in Los Cabos and Thailand and Egypt, I was taught – “Don’t get too close to the lionfish!”
So now I’m on a dive in the Grenadine Islands in the Caribbean, trying to stay neutrally buoyant 60 feet underwater, as I get close to a cluster of large lionfish.
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SCUBA DIVING IN THE GRENADINES
We start our dive at Chatham Bay off Union Island in the Grenadines. I’ve been sailing in the area on a luxury 60-foot catamaran with TradeWinds. Sharon, a fellow guest on the catamaran, is my dive buddy.
We’ve zipped away from the catamaran on a small Zodiac-style skiff with Walter (who does double duty as our catamaran captain) and Michael (who will stay on the skiff to follow our bubbles that rise up from beneath).
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