Wrecks to dive for
Ship ahoy! From Columbus and pirates to modern day tankers and tugboats, we’re proud of our rich maritime history, and with this legacy come shipwrecks of course! They are a captivating feature of Bahamas diving and make fascinating museums and playgrounds for today’s underwater adventurers.
Descend 100 years
Slip below the surface and down into another era. Off The Abacos you can explore the San Jacinto, America’s first steamship, which sank in 1865. And you’ll love rooting around the Cienfuegos, which went down near Eleuthera Island in 1895. The stunning Frascate, near San Salvador, now lies in wait of your discovery, after sinking in 1902. But to be honest, our crystal clear, warm, shallow waters have too many wrecks to mention and the best way to see them up close is to dive! Bahamas wrecks, whether large or small, have their own unique aura that will make a lasting impression on you.