The Tongue of the Ocean (TOTO) is surrounded by numerous islands, reefs, and shoals which make a peripheral shelter isolating it from ocean disturbances, particularly high ambient noise and transient ship traffic. The low-noise, shallow-deep interface, and high-flow phenomenon combined with incredible benthic habitat have created an ideal habit for dense exotic marine life in both shallow and deep-water. 

Shallow Reefs: Rays, Sharks, Turtles, Snapper, Grouper and Dense Corals

Depth: 115ft, 35m

Duration: 60 minutes

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Top Edge of the Wall: Robust coral and fish life while looking over the edge of the vertical wall that drops to over 1000 meters.

Depth: 197ft, 60m

Duration: 75 minutes

Mesophotic Reefs: Ancient Beach Lines with dramatic coral and cave formations showing evidence of the last several ice age events from 16,000 and 12,000 years ago

Depth: 328ft, 100m

Duration: 98 minutes

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Guadalupe 2018, White Shark Reflection o

Rarophotic Zone: Deep, dark and mysterious. Recent shark research indicates and aggregation of Tiger Sharks in this area at these depths and deeper. Very little is known about this lunar landscape environment. Join us as we establish the first ever baseline documentation of this unexplored natural wonderland. 

Depth: 1000ft, 305m

Duration: 2-4 hours

Ready to explore the deep unknown?

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