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Indian Cay, west end Dive Site

The Bahamas

Grand Bahama, Bahamas

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Advice on Diving in The Bahamas

...nd air during the recent period of repeated glaciation. During the glacial maximums of the Pleistocene, the sea level dropped about 300 feet exposing the Bahama banks high and dry and exposed to be carved by the forces of air, rain and erosion. This eventually evolved the extensive karst (limestone) caves and sinkholes that once flooded became the flooded caves and blue holes that can be explored today. The climate of the Bahamas is ideal for scuba diving. The Gulf Stream keeps the Bahamas mild and warm even during the winter months. There has never been a freeze reported in the Bahamas, but ...

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Name Distance

Stuart Cove Seafaris

The Bahamas

5.15 km

Sunn Odyssey Divers

The Bahamas

35.33 km

UNEXSO

The Bahamas

36.37 km

Caribbean Divers

The Bahamas

36.24 km

Reef Oasis Dive Club

The Bahamas

39.13 km

Viva Diving

The Bahamas

39.18 km

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Name Distance

Freeport

The Bahamas

31.3 km

Calp

Spain

7509.72 km

Teulada

Spain

7513.72 km

Javea

Spain

7517.74 km

Mascara

Algeria

7593.69 km

Algiers

Algeria

7832.77 km

Ouled Djellal

Algeria

8087.72 km
Name Distance

PBI | Palm Beach International

United States, West Palm Beach

115.72 km

LNA | Palm Beach County Park

United States, West Palm Beach

115.47 km

BCT | Public

United States, Boca Raton

124.16 km

PPM | Pompano Beach

United States, Pompano Beach

130.64 km

SUA | Witham Field

United States, Stuart

137.59 km

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