About 70 feet below the surface off the Fresh Creek on Andros lies this 56-foot, WWII-era amphibious landing craft, sunk ... More
About 70 feet below the surface off the Fresh Creek on Andros lies this 56-foot, WWII-era amphibious landing craft, sunk intentionally in 1963 to create an artificial reef. The plan worked extremely well for local aquatic life. The wreck teems with silverfish, shrimp, rockfish, grouper and other animals. Divers also love to come here to observe the incredible coral formations that have enveloped the sunken vessel.
Red Bays is the only settlement on the western coast of Andros. It is situated on one of the few
areas of land that could actually be used for a town. A combination of runaway slaves and Seminole Indians ...
Explore the dive sites off Bimini, including a world famous 2,000 foot underwater cliff. Blue holes, shipwrecks and other mysteries
of the deep await. This dive company is one of the most experienced and most highly regarded on the ...
Take a short ferry ride to the charming old fashioned settlement of Hope Town on Elbow Cay. This hamlet has
been home to about 300 people for generations. Bicycles rule the roads here, with motorized transport and modern facilities ...