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Lost Blue Hole - Bahamas

The Lost Blue Hole is considered by many Bahamas divers to be the most unique dive off the coast of Nassau. The Lost Blue Hole is literally a massive underwater hole at the bottom of the Caribbean Sea. The hole is a total of 200 feet deep and 100 feet across. You will find a huge variety of marine life in the hole. You can even find harmless reef sharks and nurse sharks down here. Common fish species you are likely to see down here include angelfish, snappers, amber jack, and yellow tail. Other marine animals that are frequent residents of the Lost Blue Hole include stingrays, eels, and turtles. We head out to the Lost Blue Hole from Nassau about four times a week. If you are interested in going to this dive site, give us a call and make sure we were heading out to the Lost Blue Hole on the day you want to go diving. This dive excursion is sure to meet and surpass all your expectations of diving in one of the world’s most diverse underwater coral reef systems. Dive Highlights Over 40 years of experience from our dive masters Amazing Blue Hole that expands over 200 feet One of Nassau’s most unique dives


zraven - 5/16/2015 12:21 AM
I went scuba diving here on 5/8/2011. Average viz: 101-110ft/31-34m. Water temp: 81-85°F/27-29°C.
zraven - 5/15/2015 11:21 PM
I went scuba diving here on 10/2/2010. Average viz: 11-15ft/3-5m. Water temp: 71-75°F/22-24°C.
avi - 10/06/2012 9:20 PM
Rating Added: 3
Very interesting underwater structure, the wall of the hole was just shelf upon shelf. Viz was poor when I was there, a strong current was pushing the sand from around the edge into the hole creating 25-35ft of good viz. I saw bat rays, a big turtle, and some very small nurse sharks. I logged about 107ft and the deeper I went the less there appeared to be, most fish are swimming around the edge of the hole which is at about 50ft.

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