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Eleuthera
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A not to miss experience on Eleuthera

Foster Neilly picked us up at the dinghy landing at North Beach and escorted us through the amazing... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
BrerRabbit123
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Boulder, Colorado
Great snorkeling

You will need to consult tide charts and pay attention to the weather, but the snorkeling is... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2017
Elizabees
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West Olive, Michigan
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A popular snorkel site, known for the colorful marine creatures that feed here.
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  • Very good16%
  • Average0%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible4%
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Foster Neilly picked us up at the dinghy landing at North Beach and escorted us through the amazing Current Cut drift snorkel 3 times. We saw so many different fish. It was really neat. Foster then gave us a tour of his settlement and dropped...More

Thank BrerRabbit123
Reviewed 10 April 2017

You will need to consult tide charts and pay attention to the weather, but the snorkeling is amazing with very little effort. For the more timid, a life vest or hiring a boat would be a great idea, but not necessary.

Thank Elizabees
Reviewed 29 March 2017

I know other people were lucky and had some great sightings. We were not so fortunate. We have done drift diving in the past so the actual current wasn't especially exciting to us. It was a large garbage dump in the water. We saw tires,...More

Thank flyaway66
Reviewed 26 December 2016

Pretty much a MUST DO if anywhere less than an hour away from Current. Girlfriend and I headed up to Current with another couple we had met on the island. First off - CHECK THE TIDES, it's a little confusing since the tides are somewhat...More

Thank BeachBumTL
Reviewed 20 June 2016

This is an adventure! We called Foster Neilly, who we found on trip advisor reviews, and he took us twice to snorkel the cut. We saw so many fish, turtles, sting rays and eagle rays. It was incredible. Foster was spear fishing when he took...More

3  Thank mdbIV
Reviewed 22 May 2016

Be respectful of the current as a visitor didn't return recently from a kayak adventure. The current is strong and many don't expect that. It is great near sunset.

1  Thank tedact
Reviewed 15 January 2016

The Current Cut is a place where the tide runs up and down during the changes of the water and things move very fast. You can snorkel or dive here and being carried by the currents very fast. Beautiful and a bit scary, but well...More

2  Thank Marielbys M
Reviewed 17 November 2015

wicked current. try to visit mid tide. It rips through there and deep. 'Seen some big fish crusing through too! We fished the other side from sure and caught a variety of species. Seen an octopus along the shoreline. The ferry lands here and that...More

Thank Sandra B
Reviewed 15 November 2015

This was one of the highlights of our family's trip to Eleuthera earlier this month. There are plenty of outfitters that will talk you into hiring a boat, but we simply drove towards the end of the road, found a private sandy cove to set...More

1  Thank 0n_the_road_again62
Reviewed 1 August 2015

7/22/15 WED Lil Shan's Boat Rental out of Valentine's Marina, 6 of us to Snorkel, Captain Luther & 1st Mate Willard, took us ~30 min. boat ride to Current Cut & snorkeled 4 times. They dropped us at top, we drifted down, picked us up...More

Thank robertlk 1
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