Saving Sea Turtles

Saving Sea Turtles

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This female loggerhead goes back to the sea carrying her new tags

Thirty years dedicated to sea turtle research in The Bahamas has led to sharing that passion with younger generations.

Unique encounters with marine life can turn a fun dive into an unforgettable experience, and there’s little that beats the privilege of gliding alongside a sea turtle—other than running into a shark. If divers revel in these up close encounters, cruisers, too, love to watch turtles swim and see them pop up in some of their favorite anchorages such as in The Bahamas’ Little Harbour, Clarence Town, Elizabeth Harbour, and Little Farmer’s Cay.