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Jerry's Reef shows much similarity to the nearby dive site, Ebo's Reef. Elephant ear sponges and tube sponges are interspersed with fields of hard and soft corals. Permanent inhabitants of Jerry's Reef are eagle rays, turtles and occasionally a blacktip reef shark. Named after underwater photographer, Jerry Schnabel.


Jerry's Reef can be reached by boat. Jerry's Reef is known for its 'cleaning stations' and turtles, green turtles, hawksbill turtles and more.


The reef of Jerry's Reef is steep. Swim to the edge for a more gradual descend. Use a surface buoy if needed.

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