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Diving in Freeport
When to go to Freeport
Conditions in the Freeport area are good for year-round diving. Freeport has a tropical climate. Winters are mostly mild, with air temperatures of 19-23C/66-73F. Summers are hot and humid, with air temperatures around 28-31C/82-87F. Water temperature averages 24C/75F in winter and 31C/88F in summer. Water visibility is around 30m/100ft. Currents are usually mild (1-2 knots). What to see Divers will discover an astounding array of corals, especially soft corals like gorgonians or sea fans. The teeming marine life includes barracudas, stingrays, spider crabs, reef sharks, spiny lobsters, nurse sharks, moray eels, hermit crabs, brittle stars, green sea turtles, Spanish lobsters and hawksbill turtles.
Scuba diving in Freeport
Freeport is located on the island of Grand Bahama of the northwest Bahamas. Freeport International Airport is located here. The Freeport area offers dive sites for all experience levels. The waters here abound in beautiful coral reefs brimming with hundreds of unique marine species. There are some shipwrecks and caves off the shores of Freeport. Most popular dive sites The most popular dive sites are Ben’s Cavern, Shark Junction, Sugar Wreck, Sea Star II Wreck, Pygmy canyon, Theo’s Wreck.