Scuba diving in Shark Buoy

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From Boat
Diver level
Average: not available
Maximum: 49.2 ft
Average: 65.6 ft
Maximum: 82 ft
Shark Buoy is a dive site located near Nassau. The site itself is a real attraction for marine species. The site is named after a big, yellow buoy. Large silky sharks usually group around the buoy to feed on small reef fish. The opportunity to observe large groups of sharks makes diving at Shark Buoy exciting and unique.

When to go

Nassau has a tropical monsoon climate. The average air temperature is 32C/90F in summer and 23-27C/73-81F in winter. The water temperature is approximately 25-27C/77-81F throughout the year. May through October has the most rain.

What to see

Divers can observe lots of silky sharks, reef sharks, jacks, sergeant majors, blue tangs, grouper, snapper, stingrays, and yellowtails while scuba diving at Shark Buoy.

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