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Turtle Rocks

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Scuba Diver at Turtle Rock

This dive site is characterized by being a reef that only begins at about three meters (almost 10 feet) deep. The north end of Turtle Rocks is superficial. At the southern end of the reef, depths range from 9 to 10 meters (about 30-33 feet). There are three areas in this site known as North, Middle, and South Turtle Rocks. It is one of the most popular dive sites in Bimini, recommended for divers of all levels.

Dive Depth: Maximum 35 meters (almost 115 feet)

Dive Features

This area is surrounded by lots of coral reefs and inhabited by a variety of marine life. 

Best Times to Dive

Please use your discretion and be mindful of the tide and the direction in which the sea current in the  channel may be flowing to determine when it is best for diving. The ideal hours are 7:00 a.m. / 9:00 a.m. / 12:00 p.m. / 4:00 p.m. during the months of:

  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
Best Access to Dive Spot

You must access this area by small boat and it is best to enter in directly over the dive area. It is seven minutes Southwest of South Bimini at Port Royal.

For More Information, Contact:

Mr. Krischen Small

Resorts World Bimini, North Bimini, BI
(242) 347-2941

Boundaries and names shown do not necessarily reflect the map policy of the National Geographic.

Latitude: 25.695750000
Longitude: -79.308928000
Elevation: 0 FT (0 M)
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