Tiger Beach

If you came to the Bahamas to see tiger sharks then this is the place to do it. The small, shallow sand flat is about an hour by boat from the West End of Grand Bahama Island. Tiger sharks are best found here outside of the summer months with July/August being the worst time to encounter them.

This dive site is all about the tiger sharks! But don’t get caught up with the tigers, there will be plenty of other sharks swimming around as well like lemon and Caribbean reef sharks.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Cleaning Station

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Dive sites nearby

Freeport Bahamas

Diving in Freeport has it all: wrecks, reefs, and dolphins! It doesn’t get much better than that. You can book a dolphin specific dive where you get to encounter these majestic animals or a thrilling shark specific dive. Name the kind of dive you want and the probably have it in Freeport!

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Hesperus (Wreck)

Hesperus is a small wreck on the bank surrounded by seagrass. Shallow (20’ / 7m), visibility can be a bit murky and green but a large population of loggerhead sea turtles makes up for it.

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Flower Garden

The Flower Gardens sits right off West Palm Beach and has a shallow ledge that contains both an inside and outside drop. The outside ledge has several fingers and starts at 40 feet then slopes down to 70 feet.

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Breakers Reef

This is a very popular dive site in Palm Beach County and consists of the remains of an old pier in front of the famous Breakers Hotel. Ranging in depth from just a few feet to 18 feet this site is great for divers and snorkelers alike.

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Blue Heron Bridge at Phil Foster Park

One of the most popular dive sites in South Florida, Blue Heron Bridge is an easily accessible shore dive sitting just under the Blue Heron Bridge in Riviera Beach. SPECIAL NOTE: check the tide schedule as this dive can only be made during slack tide otherwise currents will be too strong through the bay.

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Boynton Beach Reef

Boynton Beach Reef sits just south of West Palm Beach on the east coast of Florida and is a great diving location for new divers. The Atlantic ocean here is full of healthy corals, Caribbean fish species, and clear water.

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Boynton Ledges

Diving Boynton Ledges is full of dramatic edges dropping from 51 feet on top to 67 feet in the sand. This site runs north/south with many deep undercuts and plentiful marine life. A fun boat dive!

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The Strip

Small strip of coral in 40’ (12m) of water, low profile with numerous ledges and overhangs. Huge schools of grunts and snappers, eels, turtles at night, excellent for all experience levels.

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Bimini Barge, wreck

This is a deep wreck off Bimini, in the Bahamas, on the edge of a drop-off. It attracts many pelagics and schools of permit and African Pompano. Prone to current and depths start at 76’ (23m) so advanced certification is recommended.

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Pompano Beach

Pompano Beach is extremely popular because of the close proximity of world-class wreck and reef dives. There are some shore dives but most are drift dives off a boat so all you need to do is jump in and get picked up later.

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