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Depth: 5-32 m 16-105 ft
Description: A shallow Grace Bay site with many corals and a distinct interface between sand and reef that is riddled with channels, cracks and swimthroughs that shelter many organisms. The wall on this site slopes gently down to the bottom, where the reef once again meets open sand
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Red lionfish – This Pacific Ocean species was accidentally introduced to the region over a decade ago and has since exploded in number in the absence of natural predators
2- Nurse shark shelter – These passive sharks are often found resting in shelter of the sand channels at Pinnacles. At night they search the reef for the conch, lobster and crabs on which they dine
3- Nassau grouper – Nassau groupers are one of the largest ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.AM - Atlantic Trumpetfish
B.OA - Redlip Blenny
C.CS - Banded But...
Dive & Snorkel Centers visiting this site (your dive operation and link here):