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Like Diving off a Skyscraper

The wall is steep, nearly vertical, and seems to go down forever. It is quite an experience to go... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2015
Manatee4Me
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Charlotte, North Carolina
Our first dive on LC

Part of the famed Bloody Bay wall, this was our first introduction to the diving. Great vis, nice... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2015
jeanninelehman
,
sarasota FL
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Dive spot where the wall drops 90 degrees below.
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  • Very good33%
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  • Poor0%
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30 Nov 2015
“Like Diving off a Skyscraper”
19 Jul 2015
“Our first dive on LC”
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Reviewed 30 November 2015

The wall is steep, nearly vertical, and seems to go down forever. It is quite an experience to go over it head first and "fly" like Superman. There is a good chance of encountering larger sea life here, such as sharks, eagle rays or turtles....More

Thank Manatee4Me
Reviewed 19 July 2015

Part of the famed Bloody Bay wall, this was our first introduction to the diving. Great vis, nice shallow part of the reef, and terrific deep blue water. Turtles, grouper and great diving.

Thank jeanninelehman
Reviewed 4 August 2014

We liked this dive because there was always something different just ahead. Turtles, nurse shark, anemone, fans, fish, corals and gobies.

Thank CaribeJane
Reviewed 16 July 2013

The bow is moored in 18 feet of water, the stern hangs over the 6000' drop. Big stuff, small stuff, where do we begin ?? BTW, watched an octopus kill a channel crab at the lip of this wall.

Thank Artie G
Reviewed 1 April 2013

We dove the Great Wall West in March of 2013. The wall starts in about 60-70 feet of water and drops to 6,000 feet. The coral and marine life are both healthy. Make sure you swim away from the wall at lease 30-40 feet and...More

Thank Scott805
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