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 Lemon Beach

Haiti

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 19° 45.956' N
Longitude: 72° 19.088' W

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 Access

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

English (Translate this text in English): The site is inaccessible by land. One must hire a fishing boat from either Balan or Piatre, both towns in the Baie de l'Acul. With a 10-15 hp outboard (about all you can find with the small fishermen) the ride takes from 20-30 min to Lemon Beach.

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 10 m / 32.8 ft

Max depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- First dive
- Dive training
- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

English (Translate this text in English): This site requires a bit of a walk/swim to get across approximately 30 meters of sea grass beds. Once past the sea grass, there is a nice patch of soft corals and sponges interspersed with some hard corals.

For Haiti, where overfishing is a serious problem, this site offers some fish including butterfly fish, wrasses, tangs, and small bright red gobies.

The visibility can be low if after a big rain where water brings sediments down from the land. On the other hand, the site is nicely protected from long shore currents in the mouth of the bay.

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Lemon Beach
Haiti and Navassa

Lemon Beach
Haiti and Navassa

Lemon Beach
Haiti and Navassa

Lemon Beach
Haiti and Navassa

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