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tiger beach great hammerhead shark diving

To say this season has been one of the best yet is a bit of an understatement. Tiger Beach has consistently been getting better and better and we have enjoyed every minute of it! We have been averaging 5 species on most dives, including Tiger, Reef, Lemon, Great Hammerhead, and Bull sharks. The nurse sharks are around but have been least likely of the 6 species we can expect to see to show up on our dives.

Here’s a short video to give you an idea of what the dives have been like:

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January – March Dive Stats

  • Water Temperature: 77 – 79 F (25 – 26 C)
  • Dive Site Depths: 20 – 35 feet (6 – 10 meters)
  • Average Visibility: 60 – 100 feet (18 – 30 meters)
  • Average Dive Time: 80 minutes
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    This time of year is definitely hot at Tiger Beach! The dives have been incredible! We have had to contend with a bit of weather, but overall the divers have had their fill of sharks! Make sure when you’re planning a trip out during this peak season that you plan for weather. We recommend reserving a minimum of three dive days as well as securing dive specific travel insurance (www.DAN.org or www.DiveAssure.com) that will cover for lost days of diving due to weather cancellations. And don’t worry, as long as we’re able to make it out to the dive site, we’ll show you the very best that Bahamas Shark Diving has to offer!

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    Tiger Shark and Great Hammerhead duo cruise the reef
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    Crowded day at Tiger Beach!
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    Who’s Hungry?

    Tiger Beach, Bahamas

    Take a look at some tips and tricks for diving with sharks in these articles:

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    10 Responses
    1. Hi, I’m very interested in booking a diving trip with you guys, l have dived open water in many countries, around the world but I don’t have a PADI certicate. Am I still able to join you on your Tiger beach trip.

      1. Hi Gary! Nice to meet you and thanks for checking out our blog! You would need to be a certified SCUBA diver prior to coming to dive with us, but it does not necessarily need to be a PADI certificate. Let us know if you get certified. We’d love to show you Tiger Beach!

    2. GĂ©rald Monney

      Mon copain plongeur et moi sommes intéressés à une croisière plonger aux Bahamas, pour tiger beach, mais aussi pour découvrir d’autres sites, le trou bleu, etc! Pensons y aller février 2021. Est-ce la bonne saison et que nous recommanderez vous ?
      Merci de votre réponse et à bientôt

      Gerald Monney

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