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 Andros Island - Amphitheatre

Bahamas, Andros Island

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 24° 51.904' N
Longitude: 77° 52.266' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

English (Translate this text in English): Head out from Kamalamie Cay lining up the Sea Marker with the property on shore through the pass leading past Staniard rock on your right (watch out for the barrier reef either side of the vessel). To your right look out for two Bouys. The first Bouy you should see is small and marks a site known as sallys ridge. The second bouy is larger and this marks the Ampitheatre site

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 25 m / 82 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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- Deep
- Big fishes
- Reef

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- Marine biology
- Speleology

Dangers

- Depth

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English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

English (Translate this text in English): This sites coral structure is incredible. There is a large sand patch at 18m> surrounded by rising coral walls to depths of around 8m giving this site its name. Down on the sand you can sea southern stingray and goatfish and to the south there is often a large resident turtle (can't remember which species at the mo). However most of the life can be found round the side. Large grouper and snappers can be found among the gullys which provide some fun swim throughs and then a vast variety of fish can be found on the coral heads such as hamlets, the abundant parrotfish and wrasse with the odd Lionfish lolling around amongst countless other species. We also spotted smaller green turtles flitting away at the top of the coral ledges. Be carefull however on some swim throughs to the east which can lead deeper and no doubt lead to the drop off to the tongue of the ocean (A 2000m trench between Andros and New Providence Island).

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