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Ten-Fathom Bar

This is a spot for advanced divers. It's deep and it's on the outer reef and there's four miles to explore. The range is from 60 to 120 feet deep but there's the most to see at 40 to 80 feet so you won't feel cheated if you don't go down the whole depth. At around 45 feet you will see some telegraph cables covered by marine life. These cables are a communication link to Cuba. Near the telegraph cable there's Eye of the Needle, on which you'll find spikey coral formations. It's called Eye of the Needle because you can thread yourself through the needle by swimming under a ledge and then out through a hole in the plateau. Look out for porcupinefish with their white bellies and spots. There are gigantic sponges as big as yourself, and some dramatic black coral.

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