Lynn’s Reef is located on the northern end of the reef tract that sits a mile offshore. The reef is running parallel with the shore, and it varies in depth from just a few feet to as much as 10 feet in some places, and generally bottoms out on a sandy seafloor at a depth of 60 feet.
The reef is covered with a variety of soft and hard corals, large barrel sponges, and dense stands of gorgonians, while the space between patch reefs is a mix of rubble and sand that supports plenty of marine life. Divers can see schools of yellowtail snapper, black margates, butterflyfish, multiple species of parrotfish and angelfish, and even a few patrolling barracuda.
Diver LevelOpen Water
Dive TypeReef/Drift Dive