Scuba diving in Bimini Trader

From Boat
Diver level
Average: 21 m
Maximum: 26 m
The current can be very strong
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 30 m
The Bimini Trader site allows divers to explore the wreckage of a vessel that sank off the shore of South Bimini during a hurricane in 1992. The vessel is lying upside-down at a depth of 25m/85ft. The surrounding water is a home for a large variety of Caribbean fish swimming in huge numbers. Large groupers and sharks can be spotted here.

When to go

The water temperature in the area is around 18-25C/64-77F in winter and the average temperature in summer is 24-33C/75-91F.

What to see

The Bimini Trader wreck is the main attraction for divers. An abundance of gorgeous Caribbean fish covering the wreck site also contributes to the attractiveness of this site. Large grouper and sharks can be spotted here.

Reachable from

North Bimini

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