North Dry Rocks
North Dry Rocks is the reef system of coral heads just north of the Famous Kay Largo Dry Rocks which is home to the Christ of the Abyss Statue.
Another one of the middle grounds reefs that is set inside the outer barrier reefs, but make no mistake it is a special area all by itself. Any one of the 2 or 3 mooring balls features abundant colorful coral and tropical fish under it.
Mostly a constant depth on the bottom, there are mounds of coral rocks and formations randomly positioned on the bottom. Because they are like small islands of coral surrounded by sand, it seems that it is easy to find the fish because they are all on the reef and not out in the sandy areas.
The shallow depths make it ideal for training divers, divers who wish to make an easy dive with no current, and snorkelers can even enjoy getting close to the upper parts of the coral heads.