Often described as one of Jupiter’s prettiest Local Reefs, Bluffs is a series of cul-de-sacs along a high ledge. The cul-de-sacs are little aquariums that at their 65′ depth still show a great deal of color from the corals and sponges. Mixed into all this color are many tropical fish, some in large schools difficult to see through. In the 65′ to 70′ on top of the ledge, the features of Bluffs can be enjoyed by the novice and experienced drift diver alike- Along the main ledge there is a resident Goliath Grouper surrounded by an entourage of Glassy Sweepers. Large Green Morays are common here as are Loggerhead, Hawksbill, and Green Turtles which may be napping under the ledge or enjoying maybe even searching for a meal on top of the ledge. Even though the ledge mesmerizes, don’t forget to look to the West once in a while for the huge Southern Rays that bury themselves in the sand. Recently, a little Reef Shark has taken up residence here and is often sighted by the diver who is attentively looking and lucky enough to be in the right spot. Being one of the easier dives, in terms of navigation and depth. and having so much marine life to offer, Bluffs is an often- requested site, for good reason.