Nassau, Bahamas, The, September 20, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Thankfully, Hurricane Rita skirted the southern Bahamas, and actually was a tropical storm as it passed just below the island of Andros.
According to Neal Watson, President of the Bahamas Diving Association; “all our dive operators are up and running at 100%, thankfully, it was just a minor storm when it passed here.” Mr. Watson continues “The Islands of The Bahamas has been fortunate this year, as all the major systems have passed by, or were just tropical storms as they entered the country. The months of September and October are actually some of the best diving months; water is very warm (as high as 88f), usually winds are calm, often creating pool-like diving conditions.”
More storm updates and current information can be found on the official website for the Bahamas Diving Association: http://www.bahamasdiving.com.
The Bahamas Diving Association is the official association of dive operators for the country, comprised of 35 resorts, dive operators and dive liveabaords within the Islands of The Bahamas.
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