Friday, November 9, 2007

Brads Mountain

Sun and calm seas make for a great afternoon dive at Brads Mountain. The second we entered the water we were greeted by a few friendly Caribbean Reef Sharks,
Schools of Atlantic Spade Fish,
Blue Chromis and Grey Sea Chubs.
Brads Mountain is a honeycombed coral “Hill” amidst a large dense coral garden. The base of Brads Mountain starts off at a depth of 50’ and reaches up to 25’. There is no need to venture off to far on this site, the Mountain is always teeming with life and there are plenty of nooks and crannies to poke around in, you never know what you might find. For those who enjoy exploring, just north of Brads Mountain is a large cable that runs from shore all the way down into the Tongue of the Ocean. The cable was laid by Autec the US Navy Base and now servers as a great navigational tool for divers who would like to venture off into deeper water.
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