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Location: Nassau (Bahamas)
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Great variety of dives of this lovely Island in the Caribbean, plenty of boats leaving in the morning but so many dive sites to visit that you generally don't see them again until your return journey or maybe on the second dive where you will be diving shallower waters.

Lots of film locations here to dive e.g. James Bond Wrecks, Walls, Lost Blue Hole, Shark Feeding with Stuart Cove, whose Dive Centre was built for the filming of Flipper (The recent movie starring Paul Hogan). Plenty of Wrecks, don't miss the mail boat, great to see the cargo still preserved and scattered around the boat.

Coral is improving and there are some artificial corals being developed, worth diving one of them just to see how humans can reverse some of the damage they caused, and the artificial corals seem to attract some great species.

Plenty to see and do when you're not diving, the Islands are very 'Americanised' with plenty of shopping, restaurants, bars and tourist centres, and also a very safe place to visit.

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Nassau was:
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Non diving activities: Some things to see and do.
Language: English
Money: Bahamian Dollar, USD
Stability: No travelling problems expected
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