Doc's Dive offers a shallow plateau gradually descending to the wall dropping down to more than 30 meters.
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Like most of the dives on the south shore, Doc's Dive begins in shallow water (about 5 m) and the wall extends to depths of more than 30 m. As you swim along the wall, there are a few swim-throughs and chimneys to explore, This dive is most stunning in the shallows where you can explore from one sand chute to the next, looking for all of the sandy bottom life like jaw fish, scorpion fish, flounder and occasional nurse sharks and enjoying the abundance of the healthy corals like elkhorn, staghorn, lettuce and others. The lettuce corals are home to some of the most beautiful reef fish including yellowtail damselfish, red spotted hawk fish, golden tail moray and red lipped blennies. Enjoy the wall, but save plenty of dive time for the top of the reef.
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