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Eden Rock Shore Dive

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Latitude: 19.29229

Longitude: -81.38646

GPS coordinates are the shore entry point
for this dive site.

Dive Site Tags:

 Easy entry
 Salt water
 Shore
 Snorkel site
 Swim through
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Site Access: Shore

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Approximate Depth:
14m / 45ft


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30℃ / 85℉

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ScubaDuper
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33 Reviews
helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Eden Rock"

Reviewed Jun. 12, 2017

Lots of big cool swim-thru's. Lots of Tarpin.
25' depth, 82 bottom temp. Great viz.

Visited November 2011

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TopGun
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helpful review 35 Helpful votes

"Relaxing Easy Dive"

Reviewed Jun. 12, 2017

This dive has long swim throughs. We saw big tarpon and squid here. Max depth was 49 feet and average was 21 feet

Visited November 2009

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LB_Scuba
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85 Reviews
helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Awesome Shore Dive!"

Reviewed May. 28, 2017

Eden Rock makes for a relaxing long shore dive. With depth topping out around 45ft you will get lots of bottom time. Make sure you check out the long swim throughs, there are usually Tarpon hanging around them. Water temp was 82F and visibility was 100+ ft... Show More

Visited November 2011

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