Located in the National Marine Park Soufriere, this diving spot. A shallow ledge along Scott’s head point has a dramatic drop off on the northern face. This is a very well protected dive site suitable for divers of all levels. Pretty nudibranchs occur on the reef and you should keep an eye open for flying gurnards. Sponges growth is good and the drop-off attracts wide range of reef fish. This wall is spectacular at any depth, from 40 to 100 ft. It is an incredibly colorful dive with pink and azure vase sponges, orange icing sponges, yellow tube sponges, and green rope sponges. The many small nooks and crannies hide lobster, crabs, and many different kinds of cleaner shrimp. The end of this dive consists of a 50 ft safety stop so vibrant it is worth the trip by itself.