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Radar Reef - shore dive

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Latitude: 19.71420

Longitude: -79.83345

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

Dive Site Tags:

 Easy entry
 Salt water

Site Access: Shore

Shore Entry Difficulty:

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Approximate Depth:
17m / 55ft


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MarilynF
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9 Reviews
helpful review 6 Helpful votes

"Flounder's Retreat"

Reviewed Jan. 21, 2018

Super easy entrance, stairs with handrail! Start your dive from the stairs and look for Peacock Flounder at the bottom of the stairs on the rocks. Average depth is 30 feet. Saw Grey Angel fish, Moray Eel, Burr fish, Juvenile Drum and Flamingo tongue. Water temp was 86 degrees F. 56min dive with rash guard no wet suit. ... Show More

Visited November 2014

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SharkBait
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7 Reviews
helpful review 6 Helpful votes

"Quality shore dive"

Reviewed Oct. 27, 2017

As the other reviewers have indicated, this site is very easy to enter and exit so it is perfect for beginner divers. We also had really good visibility and saw plenty of marine life. It was here that I spotted my first scorpion fish. Other things I saw were: trumpet fish, needle fish, puffer fish, french grunt, rock beauty angel, and a yellow sting ray. My average depth was 27 ft and max depth was 48 ft.... Show More

Visited December 2013

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TopGun
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82 Reviews
helpful review 35 Helpful votes

"Radar Reef Atlantis"

Reviewed Oct. 20, 2017

This dive has an easy protected shore entry, and an excellent chance of seeing a peacock flounder right at the entry. We had a bit of current on our swim out. There are lots of statues in a sand bowl. We saw an octopus on the way out. The statues are at 50 feet deep.... Show More

Visited November 2014

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LB_Scuba
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helpful review 15 Helpful votes

"Radar Reef"

Reviewed Jul. 5, 2017

Lots of marine life at this site. To note a few: We saw a Yellow Stingray and a Southern Stingray, 2 big Porcupine Puffers, and a juvenile Grey Angel. Good site for divers of all levels with an easy entry into the water.

Visited December 2013

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RachelleB
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helpful review 14 Helpful votes

"Keep this dive on your Radar! "

Reviewed Jun. 14, 2017

Great shore dive! Easy and controlled entry and exit - ideal for beginners or big groups. Dove this site multiple times and it was always an enjoyable and relaxing dive. Average depth is around 50 ft. Water temperature around 84. Visibility approx 100 ft. Spotted a very friendly Hawksbill turtle, Honeycomb Cowfish, Flamingo Tongue. Peacock Flounder and a large school of Parrot fish. ... Show More

Visited November 2014

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