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Great Dive Spot - Beware of boat traffic

We did scuba with Neal Watsons Dive school. Was fantastic. There was a lot of boat traffic to be... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Providence, Rhode Island
Cool trip!

Contact the folks at Undersea Bimini to arrange a trip. You will not regret it! How often can you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brookline, MA
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Concrete ship originally built by Henry Ford during WWI, now an upright wreck in 14 feet of water.
Alice Town, Bimini
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If you go just snorkel - not worth diving and with all the snorkelers around very busy. I have to keep typing bla bla bla

Thank Bill B
Reviewed 5 days ago

We did scuba with Neal Watsons Dive school. Was fantastic. There was a lot of boat traffic to be aware if you're snorkeling or surfacing from dive. Make sure you have a buoy flag for dive.

1  Thank christophercioe
Reviewed 1 week ago

Contact the folks at Undersea Bimini to arrange a trip. You will not regret it! How often can you snorkel or dive at a shipwreck!

Thank Brooklinemom2013
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This was a really neat, very large, partially exposed, wreck. The kids (5 and 7) loved the swim-throughs and climbing the ladder to jump off. It was a great experience. I’d advise a Week day visit as the weekend was very crowded.

Thank jessica b
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Amazing story behind the ship that is wrecked in 25 feet of clear water. When we snorkeled the tide was calm and the seas were 2 feet so visibility was very good. I am not a fan of the ladder that was hung by someone...More

Thank azulsea
Reviewed 8 May 2018

I recently was on a WildQuest week swimming with wild dolphins. One of the days out on the boat we had a pod of 5 dolphins follow the front of our boat for 3 hours. It led us near the Sapona wreckage and weather and...More

Thank Allison V
Reviewed 30 April 2018

the current is strong at this location, but what a treat to see all the many many creatures that call it home

Thank Anne P
Reviewed 21 April 2018

Very accessible wreck of a concrete ship now deteriorating south of Bimini. Good snorkeling but be very careful of all the sharp protruding metal.

Thank William D
Reviewed 12 March 2018

Don't miss this dive or snorkel sight on your trip to Bimini. It is safe and usually does not have much of a current. You can often see large schools of a variety of fish. It is breaking up and may not last much longer....More

Thank acostajorge44
Reviewed 5 February 2018

We traveled to Bimini this summer with friends who'd been many times before and they took us to this cool spot. Our kids enjoyed snorkeling around the concrete ship. I was such a cool structure and neat to read the history behind it as well.

Thank beckaroo8
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27 December 2016|
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Response from danm7876 | Reviewed this property |
By boat only.
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4 June 2016|
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Response from Pablo A |
I recommend the #1 Water Adventure center in BImini on TripAdvisor; BIMINI UNDERSEA, this tour costs $69 + tax per person including snorkel gear rental.