This reef is one of Scotty's favorite dive sites. It is just inside of Mount Olympus but just a bit more shallow. It is home to many fish and is known to have Carribean Reef sharks in the area from time to time.
The reef is yet another N/S ridge type of reef in the shape of a fork with two prongs. On the eastern side the sand is about 40'. The sand in the middle is about at 50'. The sand on the western edge is about 80' that slopes gently away to 90'. The top of this reef is about 35'.
Scottawall is covered by sponges of nearly every size and color. There is a barrel sponge the size of a Honda Accord (no exaggeration!) that many times is host to a cleaning station.
If you dive the Bahamas, do not miss this dive!