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Wonderful dive site...

Eagle Ray Pass is a wonderful dive site. So much to see, lots of turtles!!!! We were lucky to have... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2015
suzyf29
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Seneca, South Carolina
via mobile
Forget "Stingray City!"

This was our favorite dive of our 10. Great reef/wall structure with pure white sand gullies... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2014
beachfeetSoCal
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So Cal
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One of the many places off Grand Cayman to sight groupers, schooling Permit, Horse-eye Jacks, African Pompano and, occasionally, reef sharks or Hammerheads.
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22 Feb 2015
“Wonderful dive site... ”
3 Oct 2014
“Forget "Stingray City!"”
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Reviewed 23 February 2015 via mobile

Eagle Ray Pass is a wonderful dive site. So much to see, lots of turtles!!!! We were lucky to have a free swimming Moray following us! True to its name... A fantastic Eagle Ray entertained us on our dive! We came out with DiveTech.

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Reviewed 4 October 2014

This was our favorite dive of our 10. Great reef/wall structure with pure white sand gullies between. Got to see, photgraph and video real rays (spotted eagle and gray) hunting in the sand flats, amazing! We just nodded and smiled when people told us how...More

1  Thank beachfeetSoCal
Reviewed 4 June 2013

We spotted an amazing Manta Ray on this dive - unforgettable! We are using Living the Dream for all of our dives. They provide friendly, full-service diving on a gorgeous 2-story boat.

1  Thank Kourtney W
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