Boss Reef

Island: Grenada
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This extensive reef system extends up to 5 miles from the harbour at St Georges to the southernmost aspect of the island and offers a number of enjoyable dives. The upper reef with its rolling topography is home to Lobster, Spotted Moray eels, trunkfish and often a passing green or hawksbill turtle. Further along the reef, a series of sandy valleys demarcate the reef and an enormous Green Moray makes his home. Amongst the plate coral look out for large crab and Banded Coral shrimp. On occasion a resting nurse shark or sting ray may be seen. A distinctive hole arising at around 14 metres and dropping down to 18 metres is a popular hangout for Barracuda.

Depth of Dive site:
20ft- 80ft / 6m – 24m

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Saint George, GD
2:47 am, April 20, 2024
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