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Underwater Photo Location: David Tucker wreck dive (with Stuart Cove's scuba)

Underwater Photo Location: David Tucker wreck dive (with Stuart Cove's scuba)

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The David Tucker wreck sits at approx. 45 feet. We went with Stuart Cove's scuba as this was the excursion offered by the cruise line. Haven't done much scuba in the Bahamas (in fact this was my first time there in over 25 years) so can't honestly compare this to other Bahamas dive sites. All I can compare this to is other dive sites not in Bahamas, and if so, I would rate this as fair to good, but certainly not spectacular.

I do want to say however that the staff at Stuart Cove's scuba was very professional. They have a large operation, with many boats and busses, and did a very good job getting everyone on and off the boat safely, provided transportation to and from the pier (or hotel), had good working radios, O2, etc., on each of the boats, so if I was going to return to Nassau, would not hesitate to use them again.

My dissatisfaction was that only having 50 feet visibility, but that probably had more to the time of year, time of day, weather, etc. (in all fairness, there was hurricane several weeks back), than the particular dive site.
Facts about David Tucker wreck dive (with Stuart Cove's scuba)
  • It is in Bahamas
  • David Tucker wreck dive (with Stuart Cove's scuba) is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Mordechai Saxon
David Tucker wreck. Went on a quickie weekend cruise with parents. We were in Nassau for a few hours. Went with Stuart Cove's scuba on two-tank dive. Only managed to get a few shots. This is one of them. Used Nikonos V, 15mm, with two SB-105's.

by Mordechai Saxon
Reef near the David Tucker wreck in Nassau, Bahamas. Shot with Nikonos V with 2 SB-105s.

by Frankie Rivera
Wreck in Nassau, Bahamas

by Gordon Hess
just a cute squirrel fish in a blow horn on shipwreck
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