Dive Petit St. Vincent

Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving Caribbean, located at Petit St. Vincent Resort in the beautiful Grenadines, offers unparalleled access to some of the Caribbean’s best and most beautiful seascapes.

Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving Caribbean helps divers and other guests learn to understand and live up to their responsibility as Ambassadors of the Environment. - Jean-Michel Cousteau

Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving Caribbean is more than just diving.  It is a wholly different approach to experiencing the marine environment, bringing to life the bonds between people, land and sea.  JMCDC is a complete dive operation that offers equipment rentals and sales, dive packages and naturalist guided explorations of the breathtaking reefs around Petit St. Vincent.  A rich marine biota includes turtles, exquisitely beautiful reef fish, colorful sponges and a great diversity of hard and soft corals.

Getting Here

Your principal gateway to Petit St. Vincent is Barbados. From there guests fly to neighboring Union Island, affording beautiful views of the surrounding islands.

Please note that international arrivals into Barbados that land late may not make the last regularly scheduled commercial connection to Union Island. The small airport at Union Island is not equipped for nighttime landing.

To arrange your Caribbean adventure or if you have questions please do not hesitate to contact our friendly staff by phone +1 (784) 458 8984, VHF Channel 16 and 69, or email contact@jeanmichelcousteaudiving-caribbean.com.



Petit St. Vincent

Petit St. Vincent, known locally as PSV, is a Caribbean Island, 40 miles south of St. Vincent in the Grenadines island chain. The private island consists of softly rolling hills and natural tropical woodland spread over 115 acres, surrounded mostly by two miles of white powdered sand beaches.



Jean-Michel Cousteau Diving Caribbean offers a 38ft. high speed boat, accommodating 12 divers.