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Plymouth Reef - shore dive

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Latitude: 19.71572

Longitude: -79.83117

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

Dive Site Tags:

 Salt water

Site Access: Shore

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Approximate Depth:
11m / 35ft


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Weather Forecast

Wed Sep 30

29℃ / 85℉

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5 kmh / 3 mph SE

Humidity

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SharkBait
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7 Reviews
helpful review 6 Helpful votes

"Good Dive"

Reviewed Oct. 27, 2017

This is a good dive site with excellent viability and plenty of marine life. A few notables were: Indigo Hamlet, Hog Fish, Queen Angel, Tobacco fish, and a Barred Hamlet. My average depth was 40 ft with a max depth of 60 ft.

Visited December 2013

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LB_Scuba
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85 Reviews
helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Dive camera down :("

Reviewed Jul. 5, 2017

My buddy flooded his dive camera at the start of this dive so this dive was a bit stressed. Never the less, we saw some Indigo Hamlet, a Southern Stingray, and this was the first time I've identified a Tobacco fish. Max depth: 60ft. Dive time: 58min. Bottom temp: 81F.... Show More

Visited December 2013

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ScubaDuper
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33 Reviews
helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Plymouth"

Reviewed Jun. 4, 2017

Great visibility. 81 bottom temp.
Lion fish, big grouper, lobster, cow fish, tobacco fish, queen angel, big fire worm, sharpnose puffer, hog fish.
Personal first sightings of: Indigo hamlett and barred hamlett.

Visited December 2013

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