Depth: 10-40 m 35-130 ft
Description: The boat moors over a large sandy area containing patch reefs. A short swim takes divers to the wall, where they head north along a drop-off punctuated by rocky channels. Divers ascend where the wall becomes a shallow slope and return across
patch reefs and sand where stingrays and rare parrotfi sh can be found
Points of special interest (click on map for position):
1- Queen conch zone – The queen conch is the largest snail in the world; its giant shell alone can weigh as much as a bowling ball! If you can’t see the conch, follow the tracks in the sand to find it
2- Goby cleaning station – Watch cleaning gobies remove parasites from client fish, who often open their mouth and gills wide to get a thorough clean
3- Giant barrel sponge – One of the largest species of sponge in...
Creatures that live here (ID - Common Name):
A.HC - Bearded Fireworm
B.MN - Black Durgon
D.DAb - Southern...
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