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Eastern Sambo

Here at Eastern Sambo there is a dropoff, which usually makes for a great dive because of the myriad of fish that group around most dropoffs. The Eastern Dropoff, as it is known, drops off about 27 feet, from the ridge at 60 feet to about 87 feet, where the ocean bottom becomes sand. This is another dive site that is popular to so many divers heading out from Key West. It's located southeast of Key West and contains honeycomb plate corals and boulder corals that are white in color. There's also The Hook, which is a lovely example of spur and groove, south from the Eastern Sambo marker. Tarpon like to cruise along the Eastern Sambo, as do nurse sharks who like to feast amongst the eldkhorn corals.

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