Sea Star II 60' - 90' Moderate
Steel Barge sitting upright on ocean floor. Penetration is easy through open deck.
Aproximate lenght is 200 feet with average depth is 65 feet. Even though it is
a new wreck (sunk one year ago) you will find an array of local fish; such as
barracuda, amberjack, snappers, groupers and an occasional turtle or shark!
This wreck has been changed a lot due to the past 3 hurricanes; Francis, Jeanne
SILVER POINT 15' - 20'
Novice This is one of the most beautiful shallow reefs that can
be enjoyed by divers with cameras as well as snorklers! There you will find
tall Staghorn, Elkhorn, Brain and Star coral with schools of grunts, snappers,
parrotfish, angelfish, as well as many other types of marine life. You never
know what you are going to see on this site.
THEO'S WRECK 70' -
105'Experienced - Our most famous wreck on Grand Bahama.
Perched on its port side with its stern looming over the continental shelf! One
is given the feeling of looking into an abyss! This wreck was sunk in 1982. If
you are lucky, you may spot the 500 lb Jew fish that can sometimes be seen
lurking around the deeper side of the wreck.
Pygmy Caves 55' - 80'
Nicknamed tunnels because of the high coral formations that run
perpendicular to shoreline with overlapping ceilings; thus the name Pygmy Caves
or Tunnels. In July 2001, a whale shark was sited in which our divers were able
to hitch a wild ; wonderful ride! Other marine life seen there are schools of
horse eye Jacks, snappers large groupers, spotted eagle rays and sharks!
EDEN BANKS 40' - 60' Novice
If you're looking for a lush Garden of Soft healthy coral, this site should
be visited. Stingrays, large snappers, grunts, surrounded by scattered and land
coral. Only 10 minutes from Sunn Odyssey Divers dock.
SHARK ENCOUNTER 45' - 75' Experienced
Divers swim with Caribbean reef sharks and interact with them in their natural
state! The sharks are four to eight feet and at times can be too numerous to
count. The location is near an old Recompression Chamber with coral reef
surrounding it. There are also large green moray eels, groupers, Hogfish and
Angel fish. There is the occasional nurse or hammerhead shark coming around to
find out just what is going on!
MORAY MANOR 60' - 80' Novice
Known for lots of green moray in the '70s, some can still be seen, as well as
sharks. Very good selection of marine life. The coral travels perpendicular to
the shore, growing up to 10 ft. high, with heather coral in this area.
BEN'S CAVERN 50 FEET
Skill level: Peak Buoyancy, Advanced and Cavern certified (We offer these PADI
certifications if needed) This inland blue hole is a national preserve and open
to only four divers at a time. A little scheduling will pay off as you watch
sunlight dapple the water to play off stalactite formations, fossilized coral and
glow-through crystal columns. Mango snapper, mosquito fish and blue crabs are
among the mix of curious fresh and saltwater sea life in a truly unique site.
$159.00 Special Dive
LITTLEHALE'S LAIR 60' -
Slopping coral formations with lots of marine life. It is a chimney like formed
hole from top to bottom, great swim through. Groupers, Snappers, Grunts, and
the occasional hammerhead may show up.
FISH FARM 10' - 20'
Novice and snorklers
More fish than you can count, more color than you can imagine. A photographers'
dream come true! Swim with marine life to many to name! Dolphins have been know
to venture on the deeper sections of this reef.