After the filming of the movie, “The Deep,” featuring the historic Rhone wreck, the British Virgin Islands have allured divers from all over the globe. Today, the wreck’s iron hull is coated in dazzling coral that flourishes with fish, eels, lobsters, and octopus. With visibility averaging around 100 feet, the surrounding areas have long been popular in the diving world. Another site that’s becoming increasingly well-known is the Chikuzen, a wreck about seven miles off the coast of Tortola. It’s known for colossal schools of fish, turtles, rays, and sharks. Another positive: All of the waters surrounding the Virgin Islands are protected by the National Parks Trust, which keeps marine life thriving. The U.S. Virgin Islands of St. Thomas and St. John have plenty of hidden bays and wrecks as well.