Scuba diving in Moray Alley

From Boat
Diver level
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 78.72 ft
Current is weak
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
The Moray Alley dive site in North Bimini was appropriately named after the famous green moray eels that live in its waters and are frequently spotted by divers. Besides the main feature of the site, the coral reefs attract a wide variety of other colorful marine creatures. The corals are healthy and vibrant with sea life. Moray Alley is undoubtedly an excellent site for underwater photography.

When to go

The best months to go to Moray Alley are from May to September. Water temperatures are pretty warm throughout the year, with the average temperature ranging from 24-29C/75-85F.

What to see

Besides morays, there are still plenty of beautiful fish to see. You can watch French angelfish, parrotfish, black durgeons, and trumpet-fish. The waters in the Moray Alley are also rich in yellowtail snapper, hogfish, grouper, and southern stingrays.

Reachable from

North Bimini

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