The Charles Brown

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The Charles Brown

The Charles Brown

Charles Brown

 

An impressively big wreck, the Charles Brown (a.k.a. Charly) is on the To-Do list of a lot of divers. The former 100m longcableship was built in 1954 in Italy and served the American company AT&T for a few decades before being cleaned out and prepared for divers. It was sunk in 2003 and since then stands as the largest diveable wreck in the Caribbeans! For the adventurers and/or those who are certified for it, you can get in, it's safe!

Charles Brown

 

An impressively big wreck, the Charles Brown (a.k.a. Charly) is on the To-Do list of a lot of divers. The former 100m longcableship was built in 1954 in Italy and served the American company AT&T for a few decades before being cleaned out and prepared for divers. It was sunk in 2003 and since then stands as the largest diveable wreck in the Caribbeans! For the adventurers and/or those who are certified for it, you can get in, it's safe!

Charles Brown

 

An impressively big wreck, the Charles Brown (a.k.a. Charly) is ...

Other information

Visibility
20 meters or more
Current
No current
Required scuba diving level / certification
Advanced - CMAS 2
Fauna
  • Stingray
  • Barracudas
  • Moray eels
  • Tuna
  • Turtle
  • Groupers
  • Scorpion fish
  • Lionfish
  • Crayfish
  • Hard coral

The best dive centres to explore The Charles Brown

Scubaqua

Saint Eustatius | Caribbean
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Scubaqua

Our opinion on Scubaqua Dive Center:

History is everywhere on Sint Eustatius, wherever you might look! The story behind Scubaqua, the best dive center on the island, is no different... Ingrid and Menno, from Switzerland, fall in love with Statia while on holidays in ...

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