While snorkeling continues to be much more popular amongst the trendy crowds that frequent Cable Beach, there are several off-shore reef systems that are certainly worth exploring if you're staying in this resort area. You can sign up for certification courses if you aren't already trained in the sport, and if you are, rent out equipment or charter a scuba tour through a number of local companies.
You'll find 3 dive operators and at least 4 different dive sites to choose from.
The chart below lists some information regarding area dive operators.
|Custom Aquatics||(242) 362-1492||1.8 mi. East of Central Cable Beach|
|Sandals Royal Bahamian Divers||(242) 327-6400||0.0 mi. South-Southeast of Central Cable Beach|
|Stuart Cove's Diving||(242) 362-4171||Downtown Nassau, 4.2 mi. East of Central Cable Beach|
The following chart has some information concerning some of the area's major dive sites.
|Good||Open Water / CMAS *||69.9||25.09725||-77.358|
|Fair||Advanced Open Water / CMAS **||82.0||25.073||-77.4755833333|
To learn more concerning snorkeling, including tips and suggestions for both experienced divers and beginners, check out this detailed Caribbean scuba diving article.
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