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Advice on Diving in The Bahamas

... 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 the forces of air, rain and erosion. This eventually evolved the extensive karst (limestone) caves and ...

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Sunday, June 16, 2002
Location: Sea Viking Wreck

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Name Distance

CKA | Kegelman Af

United States, Cherokee

154.08 km

GFA | Malmstrom AFB

United States, Great Falls

240.88 km

KYL | Port Largo

United States, Key Largo

291.45 km

OCA | Ocean Reef

United States, Ocean Reef

280.95 km

CCC | Cayo Coco

Cuba, Cayo Coco

291.13 km

Posted on: August 16, 2014


Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in The Bahamas the summer and autumn hurricane seasons. The Bahamas regularly take a blunt hit from these hurricanes because they act as a break from storms brewing from across the Atlantic. Late summer storms are frequent so plan your scuba trip to the Bahamas in spring or early summer to experience the best w...

Posted on: August 16, 2014


Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in The Bahamas

...lm there is the popular dive site Stuart's Cove near Nassau. There are many dive sites around Nassau mostly along the islands western coast. Dive Abilin Wreck and dive among pretty coral and abundant marine life at Elkhorn Gardens. The famous Bimini islands, not far from the United States, offer po...

Posted on: August 16, 2014


Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in The Bahamas

...he shop Bahama Divers and the dive shop Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas. When venturing to the western Bimini Islands, check out the established dive shop called Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center. In the Exuma chain of islands, check out what Dive Exuma has to offer as far as dive trips along the amazin...

Posted on: August 11, 2013

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Top 5 Shark Dives In The Caribbean Sea

From unexpected encounters with great hammerheads to peacefully swimming next to the gentle giants that are whale sharks, the Caribbean Sea has many experiences for shark-loving divers.

Posted on: July 15, 2013

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by Dariush Shemtoob


Sharks of the Bahamas

Shark feeding dives are no longer just for the avid diver or thrill seekers. Bahama's crystal clear waters are the best environment to come nose to nose with a frenzied school of sharks after they smelled the chum.

Posted on: March 20, 2013

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by Heather


In Defense of Sharks

Sharks are ancient creatures that have swam Earth's oceans for over 420 million years, long before any creeping creature crawled onto dry land. Many shark species are top predators vital to the health of the oceanic food chain. Fear of sharks has infected the human mind and shark populations have taken a hard hit in the last several decades. Overfishing, exploitation and ignorance are tipping the problem into a serious worldwide ecological disaster.

Posted on: March 17, 2013

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by Heather


Cay Sal Bank Drift Dive

Blue Holes and extreme drift dives along the Bahamas, Cay Sal Bank south wall. A seven night adventure where I decided not to swim with the sharks after the dive masters chummed for them, but then nearly drifted to Cuba out of inexperience. I was saved by a handsome young dive master...Cay Sal Bank is amazing!

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