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Glass Window Bridge - Bahamas

Glass Window Bridge is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Eleuthera Island, Bahamas. The maximum depth is 61-70ft/19-21m. The average visibility is 26-30ft/8-9m.

This famous bridge links North Eleuthera to the mainland of Eleuthera. It is notable because on can see the dark Atlantic meeting the aquamarine Caribbean at the thinnest part of the island.
Glass Window Bridge, originally the site of an extraordinary natural arch linking the Exuma Sound to the Atlantic, is one of the most impressive sights on Eleuthera.
Winslow Homer painted this area in 1885, and called the painting "Glass Window". While man’s relationship to nature always held a fascination for Homer, it was the awesome power of the sea that dominated his canvases. It was probably this fascination that attracted him to the "Glass Window", where the turbulent Atlantic, meets the serene Caribbean.

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