– Cow & Calf St. Thomas, two large rocks encrusted with coral off the southeast coast and Sail Rock with three cone-shaped pinnacles.
– Wreck of Wit Shoal II St. Thomas, home to barracuda, yellowtail snapper and grouper, this 330-foot former Navy tank-landing ship sank in 1985 and is covered with brilliant coral communities. West of Saba Island, southwest of St. Thomas.
– French Cap St. Thomas, an islet 6 miles offshore, this rarely visited diving spot is known for the Pinnacle, several tall rock spires shooting up from the sea floor swarmed by reef fish, sharks and rays.
– Eagle Shoals St. John, known for the Cathedral, a huge open chamber east end of St. John; also Carvel Rock studded with a series of dramatic rock formations; and colourful, rocky Congo Cay is visited by big pelagic fish such as eagle rays, reef sharks, and occasionally dolphins.
– Cane Bay St. Croix, is one of the Caribbean’s top beach dives and the most popular dive spot in St Croix, with a kaleidoscopic wall; Frederiksted Pier, another good beach dive on the western shore, best known for macro life such as seahorses and frogfish; Salt River Canyon offers one of Virgin Island’s best wall dives, the East Wall features vibrant marine life with soft coral roamed by pelagics such as hammerheads and black-tip sharks, while the West Wall drops to 90 feet with the spectacular Pinnacles; Butler Bay Wreck, five wrecks clumped together including the Rosa Maria, a 177 foot freighter at 110 feet, northwest tip of St. Croix.