The Sugar Wreck, off the West End of Grand Bahama Island, was an old sailing ship that sank while carrying sugar from the Caribbean. It’s an all-time favorite of many divers because of its abundant fish life. Congregations of snappers, grunts, wrasse, gobies, angelfish and parrotfish are everywhere on the wreck. The remains of the ship that grounded many years ago, the Sugar Wreck is only 20 feet deep.
The wreck is in the vicinity of Tiger Beach and may be added on to our standard itinerary if divers are interested. Because of it’s proximity to classic Tiger Beach, it’s possible to see reef, lemon, nurse, and tiger sharks lingering around the wreckage.
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