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Nodules / Nodule Wall - Bahamas

Nodules / Nodule Wall is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Bimini, Bahamas. This dive site has an average rating of 3.75 out of 5 from 8 scuba divers. The maximum depth is over 150ft/46m.

Nodules is an advanced drift dive along the continental shelf. Divers can explore the corals at 65-75 feet and peer over the edge of the wall that drops down 2000 feet. Also called Pinical Leap.

The Bahamas lie along the edge of the continental shelf and are well-known for spectacular wall dives. Generally these dives are all over 100 feet, but at the Nodules, divers can reach the wall at 75 feet. The flat surface can be explored at about 65 feet. Spur and groove corals and tube sponges lead the diver to the sheer drop of the Wall. The current and depth make this an advanced drift dive. Visibility is incredible thanks to the sweeping current. It’s not uncommon for divers to stare more than 200 feet into the brilliant turquoise and deep blue waters of the abyss. This dive will take your breath away. Divers will see large grouper and jack and may even encounter a marlin or blacktip shark. Nodules is a dive that you wont soon forget!

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