Depth: 12-25 m 40-80 ft
Description: A relatively shallow reef in Grace Bay with a small wall that drops off to meet a large sand patch at almost 30 m / 100 ft. The reef has good coral cover with many small and juvenile organisms such as chromis, squirrelfi sh, parrotfi sh and urchins. Reef sharks can often be seen at a distance, swimming along deeper areas of the reef
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Spiny lobster cave – The Caribbean spiny lobster lacks the large claws typical of northern lobsters. Instead they are protected by a spiny shell and sharp antennae which make them tricky prey to tackle
2- Grouper zone – Several large grouper species can be found along the wall zone of this reef, including the yellowfin, Nassau and tiger grouper. These large fish can reach up to 30 years of age
3- Pillar coral colony – Pillar coral colonies grow in tall ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.AC - Blue Tang
A.L - Mantis Shrimp
B.OA - Redlip Bl...
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