Long Island Water Sports
Snorkeling and diving.
Few places in the world offer a wider variety of diving opportunities, including wrecks and reefs, blue holes and drop-offs,
sea gardens, caves, walls, shallow shoals and encounters with dolphins and sharks.
For the most stunning peek at the watery underworld, head to the Long Island.
Long Island and Exuma almost ensure a never ending parade of marine life.
Top dive sites include huge coral pinnacles, 60 feet tall, pierced with tunnels and caverns.
There is an abundance of great dives, including wrecks, blue holes, caves, walls, dolphins and sharks.
These Islands are the most popular winter cruising area for North American sailors.
Starting around 50 miles from the coast of Florida, they stretch close to 700 miles.
They encompass nearly 700 coral islands, with only about 30 inhabited.
The waters are warm, transparent, with an unbelievable range of colors from the palest translucent green to a deep indigo.
With hundreds of square miles of shallow waters Long Island and the Exumas,
are considered the best cruising grounds on Earth.