Santa Monica Rock rises sharp from the water, 1.5 miles southeast of the tip of Norman Island. This underwater pinnacle is located very close to The Bight, only a few minutes by boat.
Pelagics, Atlantic spadefish, amberjacks , horse-eye jacks, barracudas, mackerels, morays , kingfish, queen angelfish, black durgons, filefish, fairy basslets, groupers, eels, tarpons, turtles, nurse sharks and eagle rays portray the local fauna.
Brightly colored fire coral paint the top and provide a hiding space for several species of small fish.
This is a weather dependant scuba diving site so if you go here during the colder months, the currents and waves could be overwhelming and the visibility very low.
If you are lucky and the weather allows you to, go diving in Santa Monica Rock, this is an opportunity you shouldn’t miss. You will cram your camera with amazing marine life, Santa Monica Rock is the place to be for any expert diver!