Clifton Wall off the South side of Nassau has some sheer
drops and shelves. Swim to the left for the more sheer drops. Starts
at 35 feet.
Tunnel Wall begins at about 45 feet and has a large number
of swim-throughs to make for a fun dive.
Razorback, Sliding Anchor and Playground are spectacular
walls raising up out of the sand before tailing off. They are literally
teeming in fish life and pristine coralheads. Definitely take your
camera to any of these sites!
is about 12 miles off the south side of Nassau and is a real thrill.
It's the local hangout for over 20 female Caribbean Reef Sharks.
Reef covers the top of the wall and offers spectacular hide-outs
for eels and rays.
Pumpkin Patch is a colorful site with overlaying coral and
rock running along the top and down the banks of the wall. Swim
to the left on the wall and visit the Sea Viking Wreck before turning
around to head back.
Hollywood Wall begins at around 40 feet with sheer drop offs
to the left.
is the site of a Cessna aircraft used in the movie Jaws IV. The
aircraft sits on the edge of the drop off consisting of a series
is a wall dive beginning at around 80 feet. Overlaying coral heads
and sponge formations make this site incredibly pretty.
Wreck on the Wall is literally a wreck on a wall! Only the
hull of this old Haitian freighter remains precariously balanced
on the edge of the ledge and it seems to attract large stone crabs
looking for a hide out. Swim to the right for the fun stuff!
The Sand Chute
is a sand chute and a cave leading down to a wall.
The Bahama Mama is a four fold experience. First of all there
is the wreck of the Bahama Mama, an old party boat, secondly there
is the wall, thirdly there is a coral head 60 feet off the bow and
about 20 kick cycles away (stuffed with moray eels) and finally
there are sharks-lots of male Caribbean reef sharks. This a dive
to really get your teeth into, you'll be kept busy way beyond the
realms of tables so keep your eye on the needle!!
starts 45 feet
Will Laurie is a 100 ft mail boat sitting in about 55 feet of
water and surrounded by reef. Divers should try to visit at night:
the wreck attracts literally hundreds of trumpetfish hanging upside
down in the top framework and vibrant orange coral attached to the
hull of the boat can be seen totally 'out' and feeding.
Sea Viking was purposely sunk in Dec 1995 and now makes for
an interesting dive site. The wreck is positioned on the edge of
the wall and was an old fishing boat.
James Bond Wrecks are two wrecks side by side. The first is
the remnants of a movie prop used in Thunderball made to look like
a Vulcan Bomber. Today the scaffolding left resembles a colorful
jungle gym smothered in hard and soft corals. The second wreck is
the Tears of Allah, a freighter used in the movie Never Say Never
Again where 007 managed to escape the clutches of a Tiger Shark.
The wreck is penetrable and is surrounded by reef.