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Dive sites nearby

Little Bight

A wide sand patch gradually slopes from the beach to well past 100 feet, creating a beautiful break in the reef that runs parallel to shore. Little Bight dive site is easy to reach and fun for all.

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Black Coral Wall

Black Coral Wall is a gently sloping wall with occasional dramatic rock structure. Abundant Black Coral grows here and can be identified as the whispy bushes growing out the side of the rocky structures.

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Pretty Bush

This reef starts at the shore line and reaches all the way to 15ft and then drops to 100ft. Broken walls and sand channels make for a beautiful site.

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Silver Gardens

Located 20mins from the main hub on the south side of the island, this site has 4 markers. The shallow is at 20ft with sandy patches and then drops to about 100ft.

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Laguna Beach

Similar in appearance to Black Coral Wall or Pretty Bush Gentle shop, with some rock formations and depths to 100 fee/30m are possible. Lots or soft coral and fish.

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Sturges Bank

Within the main harbor of Utila is the Sturges Bank. In a huge area you will find formations that resemble small hills under the surface and are covered with coral. Since this place is protected within the harbor, it is frequently visited and has a total of 3 fixed mooring lines.

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The Lighthouse Reef

Identified by a Concrete Pillar that sticks out about 10m/30 feet above the surface is where “Light House Reef“ dive site is located, the pillar also marks the entry channel to the main Utila Harbor. This site is usually busy due to its close location to most dive centers on the island.

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Jack Neil Bight

10 Minutes heading out West from the Main Utila Harbor you will find Jack Neil Bight. From the boat you will notice clear turquoise color water that embeds a sandy bottom. On either side of the sandy bottom you will find Hard Coral formations. A small Sandy Beach is adorned by Home Docks on the Coast.

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The Halliburton (Wreck)

The Halliburton Shipwreck sunk on purpose in 1998. It was a cargo ship intentionally prepared to create an artificial reef for divers. The bottom of the hull sits in the sand at 30m and the top of the bridge is at 18m. The length of the ship from bow to stern is 30m.

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Jack Neil Point

Approx. 15 minutes heading West of the Main Utila Harbor, you will find Jack Neil Point. This dive site is west of Little Bight Dive site and is identified from the surface by locating a small piece of landmass that slightly breaks the even coastline with dense brush and a noticeable wall drop off.

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