True Blue Bay Resort & Marina is located in St. George, Grenada. Besides scuba diving, they have 70 rooms and most have full kitchens. From a Villa with a private plunge pool, Tower suite, Honeybee suite, to several style of rooms, there is something to fit everyone’s needs. Grenada is called the ultimate sensory destination. Enjoy our blog article on Grenada: Shipwrecks, Spice, and Beaches Delight.
True Blue Bay Resort & Marina Diving
Aquanauts Grenada at the marina is the location for the scuba diving center. So, Grenada is truly blessed and if the weather is good, you could do 4 dives a day, 365. In addition, they have 30 reefs and close to 20 wrecks, plus they have the first underwater sculpture park. Further more, they have three boats to take you out daily, with free nitrox too. Onsite Aquanauts at True Blue Bay Resort & Marina, provides valet service diving. The 600ft long Bianca C
, the Titanic of the Caribbean, is waiting for you to explore. You have to dive the Three Part Wreck
too, because it is one of the best setting to wreck a photo. Flamingo Bay
and Molinere Reef
are seahorse havens. Purple Rain
is the spot for soft corals. The Sisters
have cave and cavern diving.
Attractions and Activities
The Dodgy Dock is the oceanfront restaurant at True Blue Bay Resort & Marina. So, they have theme nights and Mexi-Caribbean cuisine. The True Bluetique gift shop is next to the restaurant. There are four pools. The Sankalpa Yoga Studio is nearby as well as the Blue Haven Spa. So, at True Blue Bay Resort & Marina you can do rum and chocolate tasting at the House of Chocolate. More over, you have to try the nutmeg ice cream. You can also take a cooking class. At the marina you can try your hand with a hobie-cat, go kayaking, and try water bicycles. For shore excursions, you can’t beat the birding in the national forest preserves with 150 species. There are also waterfalls, botanical gardens, old rum distilleries, and plantation ruins to visit. More importantly, Grand Anse Beach is considered one of the top 10 beaches in the world.
Finally, there all the spices grown locally that you have to touch, taste, and smell.