Friday 18 Apr 2014

BVI Snorkel

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EXPERIENCE OUTSTANDING SNORKELING ON THE NAUTILUS!

Voted "BEST DIVE BOAT IN THE BVI" by international journalists while on invite from the BVI Tourism Board to write and photograph the beautiful British Virgin Islands!

Visit the BVI's top three snorkel destinations on our fully customized and spacious 50 foot boat the "Nautilus"

  • NORMAN ISLAND - Willy T, Treasure Caves and the Indians
  • VIRGIN GORDA - The Baths
  • Jost Van Dyke - Sandy Cay- Sandy Spit

The staff of BVI Snorkel, are some of the very best in the industry. At the top of the ladder you will meet Colin and his wife Andrea. Colin and Andrea are the owners of BVI Snorkel, Jost Van Dyke Scuba, BVI Scuba Co.,

Each of the BVI has its own special beauty, character and legends. Discover the magic of the BVI.If you’re planning a visit to the BVI, this is best place to start.

A marine park system and mooring buoy program administered by the National Parks Trust and the Ministry of Natural Resources are dedicated to the preservation of reefs and marine life.

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The waters around the British Virgin Islands are home to an abundance of corals, fishes, sharks, dolphins, turtles, crustaceans and a multitude of other marine life. The underwater world is truly magnificent and awesome; below you will find just a few examples of the animals that you might see while snorkeling or diving in the British Virgin Islands.

Fish

There are over 400 reef associated or inshore ranging fish around the Virgin Islands. Some of these fish include; barracuda, snapper, hamlets, French grunts, parrotfish, filefish, surgeon fish, squirrel fish, soldier fish, fairy basslet, hawk fish, hog fish, spotted drum, spotted butterfly fish, blue chromis, damselfish, Creole wrasse, goby, porcupine fish among many many others.

Parrotfish

Parrotfish are a colorful fish. The jaw teeth are fused into a parrot-like beak, which they use for scraping algae and coral growth from reefs. It is not unusual to hear parrot fish munching on coral while you are snorkeling above them.

Barracuda

Barracuda are identifiable by their long, silver, cylindrical bodies.

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