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Eastern Dry Rocks

This is a good spot for novices because it isn't incredibly deep. You can even snorkel here, since it starts at 5 feet. Divers can explore the depts of Eastern Dry Rocks, which go down to about 35 feet. You'll see conchs, shells, ballast stone, cannonballs, and rigging of various wrecks scattered over the ocean floor. The current is light, which makes another reason why this is an ideal dive spot for novice scuba divers.

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