Scuba diving in Dean's Blue Hole

Access
From Shore
Diver level
Novice
Depth
Average: 98.4 ft
Maximum: 662.56 ft
Current
No current
Visibility
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
Dean's Blue Hole is located near Clarence Town on Long Island. It is the world's known deepest “blue hole” at 202m/663ft deep and 25-35m/50-100ft wide. Dean's Blue Hole is a popular site for diving and snorkeling as well as for freediving. The Freediving World Record was set here in April 2007, and it is also site of the International Free Diving Competition every year. Diving in blue hole is exiting and unique.

When to go

Diving is available all year round with good water visibility. Water temperatures average 24° C/75° F (December to March) and 31° C/88° F in the summer (June to August).

What to see

Lagoon, wall, cave, reef. Possible to see here groupers and snappers in the shallows, turtles and tarpons.

Reachable from

Long Island

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