Dive Report on Eleuthera, Bahamas

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Mediterranean Barracuda Reef - Greece - Mykonos

Eleuthera1 May 2012 - 31 Oct 2012 with GoDive Mykonos Diving Resort

This reef is one of the most compulsive dive sites. It is common to meet large school of Mediterranean Barracuda (Sphyraena sphyraena), among a great diversity of marine life and hundreds of small fishes. Diver can see a plethora of amphorae, in various conditions, from little pieces, scattered everywhere, to larger items in better condition. Moreover, this site has a great morphology and rocky topography, combines a stunning underwater scenery, with large pinnacles rising from the bottom. The dive starts at about 5m, and the average maximum dive site depth is at about 20 meters making it perfect for less advanced divers, or for the second dive of the day.

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George Taylor

Looks great! Nice pics too.. the pebble sea floor looks fab.

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