The most popular diving attraction of Grand Bahama, this shipwreck even appears on many maps of the island. Theo Galanopoulos ... More
The most popular diving attraction of Grand Bahama, this shipwreck even appears on many maps of the island. Theo Galanopoulos sank the 228-foot cement hauler off the shore near Freeport in 1982 as a present to the Bahamas to make an artificial reef. She now rests on her side at a depth of 100 feet right off the continental shelf. Divers favor entering the hull via the engine room or cargo hold. Many varieties of marine life, including numerous moray eels, now call the wreck their home. Contact the tourism board for additional information.
Imagine yourself on horseback, galloping along the shoreline and splashing in the crystalline Caribbean surf, a wildly romantic vision, isn't
it? Here's where you can make it happen. At Pinetree, you'll have a chance to explore winding wooded trails ...
If the all you can eat and drink buffet isn't enough to get you to this sunset party, perhaps you'll
be tempted by the promise of a roaring bonfire and live music. The meal is standard barbecue fare including ...
This peaceful, tropical park is inhabited only by wildlife, although tourists from around the world visit daily. The park can
only be reached by boat. Most visitors paddle out in two or three person kayaks. The water around the ...
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