, if you would like to give Greatest Dive Sites permission, only by request, to upload dive items to your FaceBook account and visa versa.
Shark Ledge houses many reef sharks but is actually named after its form that looks like a large shark from out of the air.
|Name Dive Site:||Shark Ledge|
|Depth: ||49-62ft (15-19m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
Send us your images for this dive site[Add Image][Add Movie]
At only five miles north of Boca Raton Inlet is a dive site named Shark Ledge, not only named after the many sharks that are regularly spotted. It is also named after its shape from out of the air. It looks like a large imaginary shark with its fin being the northern most cave or large overhang. There the reef sweeps to shore which creates the form of the shark fin.
It is a small ledge of fifteen feet high that creates protection for many marine species. Lobsters, turtles, morays and of course many reef sharks and the occasional nurse shark are present here. You will have high chances seeing them sleeping under one of the undercuts or nearby some of the crevices.
Messages from readers:
Divelogs from members:
To add a divesite, please login or subscribe.
Take a look at all the pictures!