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Come see our quality selection of BIC Paddle Boards, Ocean Kayaks and Cressi Masks,Snorkel,and Fins
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Craig M wrote a review Mar 2020
Charlestown, Rhode Island237 contributions75 helpful votes
Nice spot for a picnic, swimming or snorkeling. The water is very clear with a lot of colorful fish. A pretty cool spot! Not crowded at all.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Stalevar wrote a review Mar 2020
Moscow, Russia620 contributions200 helpful votes
Deepless water, dark inside and clear. It is not big so can be checked around easily. Deepdive and snorkeling is 1000% recommended there. Beautifyl fish is living there and you can enjoy that either from the banks and from inside, swimming there. Water is warm so no worries. Remember that you have to use the wooden steps to get in and out/ or jump from bank. It does not have easy access just stepping inside! But this is easier then Sapphire hole in the north of Eleuthera. Truly recommend to come and especially during the sunny days!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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927phil wrote a review Jan 2020
Cape May, New Jersey9 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a very unique place. There are tropical fish right at your feet. We didn’t bring anything to feed them but heard it is something to do
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Stacey S wrote a review Jan 2020
Canton, Georgia55 contributions19 helpful votes
We came to Ocean Hole to check out the abundance of fish - Our snorkel book suggested going in if you want to experience swimming with a large range of fish, but looking at the murky water and lots of trash, decided to simply feed the fish from the shoreline. There were many tropical fish, some very large saltwater fish, too! We did not stay long - about 10-15 minutes at most. Worth a quick stop if you are going through Rock Sound.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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bullockmary wrote a review Dec 2019
49 contributions7 helpful votes
Inland Tarpum Bay. 600 feet down. Huge fish. Well laid out and easy to get too. In Rock Sound. Did not get in but you can. Many go for healing.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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