Drop off from 5-130 feet. Beautiful reef with lots of parrot fish, barracudas, lobsters and lots more.
Great reef with lots of fish, lobster and moray eels. Starts in 15 feet of water and goes to 80 feet. Seahorses to be found at this site in about 45 feet of depth. Great dive for photography and winning a free dive when finding a seahorse!!!
Site where the barge portion of the old Bali Restaurant was sunk. Nice sloping wall/reef with lots of fish, Home for Angel fishes, plume worms, moray eels and eagle rays. Starts in 25 feet and goes to 130 feet. Definitely an advanced dive.
Easy and beautiful dive with a lot of orange sponges, staghorn coral and damsel fish. Starts in 15 feet of water and goes to 60 feet.
Nice reef that starts in 15 feet of water and goes to 80 feet. Lots of brain coral, orange cup sponges, parrot fish, damsel fish, and butterfly fish.
Two airplanes, an S-11 and a DC-3, have been sunk intentionally as an artificial reef. After hurricane Lenny in 1999 the DC-3 was dragged to 80 feet of water. Before completely intact and now in two big pieces where penetration of the wreck is still possible. Other parts of this plane are located at a […]
The reef starts in 20-70 feet of water. The tugboat wreck stands upright on bottom in 90 feet of water and is home to a quantity of fish including two 7 foot long green moray eels. On occasion spotted eagle rays, sting rays and octopuses can be seen very close by.
The Star Garret is a cargo ship wreck, which is 300 feet long in approx. 63 feet of water. Great abundance of sea life, big spider crabs, barracudas, and large cargo spaces. Exciting dive.
The Pedernales wreck is an oil tanker that was torpedoed by a German submarine during the last World War. The wreck is a paradise for dive beginners. The wreck’s several large pieces are spread out between coral formations, and wreck cabins, wash basins, lavatories, and more is completely visible – even the wreck’s pipeline system. […]
In 1992 a 120 foot fuel barge was sunken to create an artificial reef as well as a new dive site. The wreck is surrounded by a reef where you can find widely spread leaf and brain corals. Rays and lobsters are occasionally spotted at this site.