Scuba diving in The David Tucker

From Boat
Diver level
Average: 11 m
Maximum: 15 m
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 30 m
The site consists of a wreck with 27m/88ft long, that was a patrol cutter. It was donated by the Royal Bahamas Defense Force and sunk in order to become an artificial reef as part of Nassau's artificial reef program. The wreck is located along Clifton Wall and divers here can observe a variety of corals and diverse marine life.

When to go

Possible to dive all year round with the best conditions from May to September. Water temperature varies between 24C/75F in winter and 31C/87F in the summer.

What to see

Wreck, wall, reef with soft corals, hard corals and black corals, turtles, garden eels.

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