Depth: 12-50 m 35-150 ft
Description: The dive begins by swimming through a tunnel beneath the boat. Divers follow the wall to the north, passing through a second tunnel and chimney that lead to the shallow back-reef which features seagrass beds with marine life hiding in it. Divers may also pass the old pyramid-shaped mooring that gives this site its name
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Tunnel – This dive begins by swimming through a semi-enclosed tunnel that leads to the reef wall
2- Sponge with schooling sunshinefish – Sunshinefish are one of the rarest species of chromis; but you would never guess that judging by the large number that have made this giant barrel sponge their home
3- Red lionfish zone – This invasive species from the Pacific has become ...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.AM - Atlantic Trumpetfish
C.HL - Brown Garden Eel
D.DAb - Southern Sting...
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