Scuba diving in Tuna Alley

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From Boat
Diver level
Average: 15 m
Maximum: 30 m
Can be strong
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 30 m
The coral reef at the Tuna Alley dive site is considered to be one of the best dive sites in the Caribbean. Tuna Alley was originally named for the annual migration of giant bluefin tuna in the spring. Divers will enjoy exploring numerous coral caverns, swim-throughs, and drop-offs along with swimming with a wide variety of fish and other sea life. Lobsters and crabs are plentiful. In the deep, divers may also encounter loggerhead turtles and reef sharks or nurse sharks.

When to go

Diving in the area is feasible all year round, with water temperatures around 18-25C/64-77F in winter and 24-33C/75-91F in summer.

What to see

Numerous caverns, swim-throughs and drop-offs and magnificent coral gardens. A wide variety of colorful reef fish, lobsters, crabs, turtles, schooling tuna and sharks.

Reachable from

North Bimini

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