It’s own crew sank this 70ft WWI French tugboat in 1919. Depending on the tide, this site lies about 10 feet below the surface and is the closest to the shore. Because of the calm waters surrounding it in the bay, it is an incredible breeding area for all types of marine life as you can see from my video below!
The Bajan Queen.
Originally a tugboat named the “Pelican,” she was converted into a party boat and renamed the “Bajan Queen.” After years of partying, she was donated and sunk here in Carlisle Bay in 2002. Now, the coral and fish populations that inhabit it get to party on under the sea “Little Mermaid” style!
This drug boat measuring 110ft was sunk in 1996. This was after about six years of being tied up in the Bridgetown careenage. Fun fact: there is an air pocket in the bow big enough to hold a conversation at 25ft below!