Bermuda » Green Bay Cave

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Green Bay Cave is the longest cave in Bermuda and has a submerged entrance off Green Bay in Harrington Sound There are more than 150 inland limestone caves in Bermuda most on which are connected to the sea. These inland caves provide a unique ecosystem for eyeless and colorless invertebrates that are true “living fossils” resembling organisms only found in deep-sea waters.
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Latitude: 32.32584
Longitude: -64.73954
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Maximum Depth: 60'
 Cave Diving
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 Open Water Diving
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Date Submitter Visbility Remarks
7/7/2012 Walter Pickel 60' Very nice cave with a slight positive flow. Lines are in very good shape and well marked. Viz was milky and held particulate. Nice haloclines.
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