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Ray of Hope (Wreck)

The Ray of Hope is a 200-foot long Haitian freighter that was intentionally sunk in 2003 to create an artificial reef. This dive site offers a unique opportunity for divers to explore the interior, cabins, and gangways of the fully intact shipwreck. Located in just 40-60 feet of water, it is suitable for divers of all levels of experience.

Divers can expect to encounter a diverse range of marine life while exploring the wreck. Nurse and reef sharks, as well as possible eagle rays, turtles, and a variety of fish such as snapper, angelfish, grunts, anemones, and grouper, call this artificial reef home.

The Ray of Hope dive site, situated in The Bahamas near New Providence, offers excellent visibility of approximately 23 meters and a maximum depth of 19 meters. Both beginners and advanced divers will find this underwater adventure captivating and memorable.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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