TAIPEI, December 12th, 2016 – Taipei-based Deepblu, Inc. today launched a beta version of Deepblu on the web, the first social network built for the diving community. Divers can showcase their diving feats, interact with the ocean community at large and plan their next dive trip. With the launch of Deepblu, the previously wildly scattered […]
At this beautiful reef moray eels, coral crabs, and schools of snappers playing around are often spotted. Coves formed of sheet coral and leaf coral, as well as sea rods and sea ships sway gently to the rhythm of the currents.
Shark reef is a dive noted for its enormous diversity of sights. Giant star coral castles, as well as brain, star, pillar, flower, finger-leaf, and sheet coral proliferate. Big manta rays, as well as turtles, can be spotted here. A dive not to be missed.
One of the best dive sites in Aruba. Starts in about 5 feet packed with corals and slopes down to 130 feet. At 130 feet you can enjoy 5 islands of coral with an abundance of mas bango fish which draw large fish like big jacks, tuna, and barracudas. The reef here is extraordinary, beautiful, […]
The reef comes out like fingers pointing down to deeper waters. Beautiful coral formations and sea fans can be found here. Moray eels and turtles are often seen on this site.
Huge corals guide you into the homes of big barracuda’s and rainbow runners patrolling coastline. Brain, mountain, star, and tower corals as well as deep water gorgonians and soft corals abound here. An excellent dive for macro photography.
This is a good dive, starts in shallow water and drops to deep water with fine coral formations and often done as a drift dive, there are barracudas, parrotfish, surgeonfish, yellowtail grunts and sergeant majors, spotted eagle rays are often seen.
Starting shallow at 20 feet of water, this reef slopes beyond 100 feet with large, healthy brain, fire and star corals, boring and encrusting sponges and gorgonians. Lobsters are common while fish life includes barracudas, rainbow runners, parrotfish, surgeonfish, yellowtail grunts and sergeant majors, moray eels and many species of reef fish. There is often […]
An exciting dive. The Jane C wreck is a cargo ship standing upright in sand. Bow is in 65 feet of water and stern is in 94 feet. Wreck is 250 feet long. Chain is hooked throughout the coral reef. Huge cargo spaces with recently collapse walls makes it easy to swim thru. Often visited […]
One of the most beautiful reefs on Aruba. Reef slopes from 20 feet of water down to 140 feet. Lots of fish and different types of coral live there. Great for drift diving. Manta rays can be spotted there occasionally. This is definitely a dive to be logged.