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Tuna Alley - Bahamas

Swim thru’s then along wall till current stopped us. Silver sides, blue runners, Creole wrasse and lobster. We let current take us back to 15’ bar.

The Tuna Alley is often called one of the best dive sites in all of the Caribbean. It is a pristine, healthy reef system off of North Cat Cay, one of the Bimini Islands. Magnificent, high profile corals have formed walls at 45 feet that gently slope down to 80-100 feet. Divers can swim along a canyon with numerous crevices, caverns, and swim-throughs that exit 100 feet or more down the wall. The Gulf Stream currents wash through and keep the system healthy and vibrant. When the current is running this site is a great drift dive. The name, Tuna Alley, comes from the scores of tuna often found schooling along the reef. In the deep, blue water divers may also encounter loggerhead turtles and a reef or nurse shark.

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