Diving with Big Animals in Nassau with Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas | Sport Diver

It's no big secret among divers: the bigger the marine life, the bigger the thrills, especially when you meet them up close and personal.

If you want to spot big animals underwater, a wreck is a great place to start. One of the best big animal dives in the world is at the Ray of Hope Wreck off New Providence in the Bahamas.

A popular site visited by Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas, the 200-foot Ray of Hope sits right at the wall's edge where big animals come up from the deep. Don't be surprised if you encounter Goliath Groupers and Caribbean Reef Sharks as they weave through the wreck's hull passageways. The Bahamas' protected waters mean these gentle giants are more relaxed among divers, so you get longer, more playful interactions with bigger creatures more often.

Don't forget to look around you. Turtles, rays and eels inhabit nearly all of Stuart Cove's dive sites.

Encounter Big Animals today with Stuart Cove's Dive Bahamas and visit StuartCove.com for more information.

Visit StuartCove.com for more information.


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