With Bob as our captain and Isaac as our DM, we motored out to Congo Cay the day after a raging storm (Tropical Storm Gabrielle had just passed to the North). I had little hope for the visibility, but Bob expertly chose a site that proved to be quite nice given the recent weather patterns. At a max depth of 60 ft (18.28 m), we found ourselves at the base of a large rocky outcropping which was home to lots of beautiful coral formations and swim-throughs. Among the creatures we saw on this dive were barracuda, southern stingrays, trumpetfish, comb jellies, tuna, filefish, snapper and a large porcupine fish.
Below are some shots from the dive.
Have you dived the USVI? What are your favorite sites?