Adventurers Dive Log:Scuba Diving in the Bahamas

Diving in the Bahamas

The Bahamas consist of a series of Islands just east of Florida. The Islands are on the Bahamian block, a geological anomoly seperate from North American and most of the diving is shallow with excellent visibilty. There is also many shipwrecks both "natural" and artificial. A dive for the more adrenalin oriented diver might include Shark feeding. For something a little more laid back, you might want to try a live aboard sail cruise. With the exception of kelp, the Bahamas has a dive for every kind of diver.

Photograph by Mae Squires-Graham

Bahama Photographs

The following photographs were submitted by Mae Squires-Graham . Mae is a NAUI Course Director working out of Limestone Dive Centre in Kingston Ontario Canada.

Coral, Spiny Lobster, Trumpet Fish,
Blue Fish, Trigger Fish, Trumpet Fish,
Blue Fish,Coral, Coral,
Coral, Diver+Coral, Tubes,
Squirel Fish, Sleeping Fish,

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The following shipwrecks were assembled by Richard Horricks. Richard is a NAUI instructor from Kingston Ontario Canada. His e-mail is tecdiver @cgocable.netIf you know of any good Caribbean shipwrecks drop Richard a line.

The USS Adirondack

The USS San Jacinto

The LCM Barge

The Lady Moore

The Potomac

The Sapona

The Panther

Theo's Wreck

The Jose'

The Mahoney

The LCT WreckI

The Tears of Allah

The Royal James

The Wil Laurie

The Arimoroa

The Cienfuegos

Train Wreck

The Conqueror

The Frascate

The Comberbach

For more information on diving the Bahamas check out the following:

Diving and Snorkeling Guide to the Bahamas Family Islands and Grand Bahama ~ Usually ships in 24 hours
 Bob Keller, Charlotte Keller / Paperback / Published 1994

Our Price: $11.96 ~ You Save: $2.99 (20%)
Diving and Snorkeling Guide to the Bahamas Nassau and New Providence Island ~ Ships in 2-3 days
 Steve Blount, Lisa Walker / Paperback / Published 1990

Our Price: $10.36 ~ You Save: $2.59 (20%)

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