The Trinidad-based Seismic Research centre (SRC) of the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) reported Wednesday.
It said there were no immediate damage or injuries as a result of the quakes, but terrified residents in Dominica and some other islands reported being shaken by the tremors. Some people took to social media to relieve the experiences.
The first quake, with a magnitude of 4.0, occurred at 9.00 pm (local time) on Tuesday night and was felt in Dominica, Antigua and Barbuda and the French island of Guadeloupe.
It was located at latitude: 16.74N, longitude: 59.58W and at a depth of 10 kilometres (km).
The SRC said that it was felt 224 km east north east of Point-a-Pitre, the capital of Guadeloupe, 255 km east of the capital of Antigua and Barbuda and 257 km north east of Roseau, Dominica.
Dominica and Guadeloupe were also rocked by another earthquake, 17 minutes later that also affected Martinique.
According to the SRC, the quake which occurred at 9.17 pm (local time) with a magnitude of 3.7, was located latitude: 15.37N, longitude: 61.32W and at a depth of five km.
It was also felt 11 km north east of Roseau, 89 km north, north west of Fort-de France, Martinique and 100 km south, south east of Point-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
The third earthquake recorded by the SRC occurred early Wednesday morning and had a magnitude of 4.0.