Scuba diving in Victory Reef

Access
From Boat
Diver level
Advanced
Depth
Average: 39.36 ft
Maximum: 85.28 ft
Current
Currents can be strong.
Visibility
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
The Victory Reef is a coral reef line that stretches along the edge of the Gulf Stream for approximately 5 mi/8km. The Victory Reef is considered to be one of the best dive spots in Caribbean, because a wide variety of marine life is concentrated there. Divers can expect to see juvenile fish as well as some pelagics. The reef attracts vast schools of snapper and grouper. Divers can often spot barracudas, tuna, rays, and sharks. Along the reef line, divers can explore the deep canyons, spectacular cliffs, and caves.

When to go

Water temperatures are pretty warm all year round, at about 18-25C/64-77F in winter and 24-33C/75-91F in summer.

What to see

Divers will enjoy the exploring tunnels, caves, caverns, cliffs, and large swim-throughs. The diverse marine life includes tangs, parrotfish, angelfish, spade-fish, schools of snappers and groupers. There also big pelagics, such as barracudas, tuna, rays, sharks, and turtles.

Reachable from

North Bimini

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