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While the Caribbean is full of islands, few seem more islandlike than St. Eustatius (better known as "Statia"). Partly it's because of the size -- a tiny dot of land surrounded by immense ocean -- but it's also because it seems so far removed from the wider world. A place where visitors are warmly welcomed.

Statia has limited options for entertainment and activities. But those looking to spend a few days scuba diving, snorkeling and relaxing will be happy they sought out this quiet corner of the Caribbean.

One of Statia's assets is the variety of diving. There are deep sites and shallow areas. There are ancient unrecognizable wrecks, as well as modern wrecks that have been down just a matter of months. Though Statia does not have a fringing reef system, some of the coral that has grown on the rocks has now become coral reef.

Statia's waters unlock the treasures of intriguing marine life, ballast stones, anchors, canons, warehouses, pottery shards, clay pipes, bottles and remains of old trading ships, natural and coral reefs. Snorkeling and diving Statia will take you over the remains of 17th and 18th century life on Statia.

Few divers have discovered the wonders of Statia and the dive sites remain pristine and untouched.

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