Saint Vincent Seagrass

In between two work related trips, I was able to quickly dip into St. Vincent and the Grenadines to scuba dive the waters surrounding the island.

St. Vincent Seahorse
St. Vincent Seahorse

Saint Vincent is known as the “Critter Capital of the Caribbean.”

Sipuncula in St. Vincent

Off the coast you can easily find many luscious beds of seagrass which host a wide variety of interesting creatures.

St. Vincent Octopus

Seagrass is the only flowering plant that grows underwater. There are about 60 different species of fully marine seagrass.

Fish resting on bed of seagrass in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Thanks to the awesome dive guides (Don Carlos and Callie) at Dive St. Vincent.

Coral in seagrass in St. Vincent
Orange Coral

I’ll post more images and videos from the dives over the next few days. All images were shot with a Panasonic GH5. Here’s a link to my underwater camera set-up.

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