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Advice on Diving in The Bahamas

...ama Bank is an amazing place to scuba dive. The country is composed of thousands of islands poking up from a huge submerged coral platform made up of ancient limestone composed of ancient reef that has accumulated over millions of years. During the relatively recent Pleistocene Epoch (2.5 million year to 11,700 years ago), the Bahama Bank has been repeatedly exposed to cycles of water and 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 th...

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Name Distance

Viva Diving

The Bahamas

1.48 km

Reef Oasis Dive Club

The Bahamas

1.51 km

Caribbean Divers

The Bahamas

5.9 km

UNEXSO

The Bahamas

6.83 km

Sunn Odyssey Divers

The Bahamas

9.07 km

Stuart Cove Seafaris

The Bahamas

42.45 km

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Name Distance

Freeport

The Bahamas

11.18 km

Calp

Spain

7489.28 km

Teulada

Spain

7493.34 km

Javea

Spain

7497.41 km

Mascara

Algeria

7571.1 km

Algiers

Algeria

7811.23 km

Ouled Djellal

Algeria

8064.79 km
Name Distance

LNA | Palm Beach County Park

United States, West Palm Beach

149.45 km

PBI | Palm Beach International

United States, West Palm Beach

151.27 km

BCT | Public

United States, Boca Raton

153.58 km

CKA | Kegelman Af

United States, Cherokee

156.79 km

PPM | Pompano Beach

United States, Pompano Beach

157.14 km

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