TEA CUP LEDGE
Average Depth: 30 ft.
Max Depth: 30 ft.
The Tea Cup Ledge gets its name from the football field-sized patch of limestone bottom that is pockmarked by small indentations, known as spoils, which resemble hundreds of tiny tea cups on the ocean floor. These holes act as hiding places for a variety of fish, including grouper and even the occasional green eel.
The limestone ledge, which has a relief of three to four feet, is covered in soft corals and sponges, and stretches for nearly a mile along the coast of Naples. This ledge is in about 30 feet of water about 12 miles from shore, and makes for a nice trip for novice divers.
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