The islands of The Bahamas are sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean starting just 50 miles off the coast of Florida. The archipelago is an ecological oasis featuring 2,000 breathtaking islands and cays that boasts the clearest water on the planet. Incredible marine diversity is found right beside breathtaking white and pink sand.
Scuba divers travel to find three things: dramatic walls, lush coral reefs and exciting animal encounters - and the Bahamas Out Islands offer all this! Warm, turquoise crystal-clear waters and drop-offs close to shore make these islands a diver’s dream. Mysterious blue holes and caverns, shipwrecks and vibrant living reefs, soaring wall dives and thrilling shark encounters all await both novice and experienced divers.
Exciting new charters to Tiger Beach! Visit the remote areas around the West End of Grand Bahama. These weeks are dedicated live aboard weeks offering up to 5 dives per day. The West End area is rarely visited by guests and is home to many creatures – both large (sharks and dolphins) and small (grouper, snapper, assorted other reef fish). At least one afternoon during the trip will be dedicated to a dive at the area know as "Tiger Beach" where we will try to attract sharks using a "scent triangle" filled with bait. Both Caribbean Reef sharks, Lemon Sharks and Tiger sharks are known to frequent the area.
Please note: All shark interactions are natural, passive and observational in style. The Aggressor Fleet does not actively feed sharks nor chum the waters.- click here for dive map
The Bahamas and her Out Islands offer a distinct blend of international glamour and tropical ease. The islands and cays sprawl across nearly 100,000 square miles of ocean, beginning at the northern point east of Palm Beach, Florida and spanning practically 750 miles to the southeast where there come inside 50 miles of Cuba and Haiti.