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    REEF CARIBE

    REEF CARIBE featured dive site

    REEF CARIBE

    REEF CARIBE

    REEF CARIBE

    Beginner divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 10 - 14m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Reef
    This site features three lines of isolated coral heads running parallel to each other. Look carefully for Christmas tree worms and feather dusters. The tops of the heads are covered with assorted gorgonian and sea fans. Hog fish seem to frequent the area as well as stingrays with their ever – present jack escorts
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    PYGMY CAVES

    PYGMY CAVES featured dive site

    PYGMY CAVES

    PYGMY CAVES

    PYGMY CAVES

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 18 - 24m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Cave
    The high profile corals here form small caves. One would have to be the size of a pygmy to swim through them! Quite often Lobsters or spotted morays are hiding in these small crevices. Here you will also see lapping plates of hard coral. Frequently you will see schools of spade-fish near the surface.
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    SEA STAR WRECK

    SEA STAR WRECK featured dive site

    SEA STAR WRECK

    SEA STAR WRECK

    SEA STAR WRECK

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 0 - 27m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    (Formerly Emmanuelle) was sunk in April 2002. The ship is approximately 180 foot long and sits upright, in 2 sections in around 90 feet of water. As a freighter, she has a cavernous cargo hold which is open to exploration, where the diver can see evidence of how the ship was made ready for sinking, with cement ballast and holes in the side of the hull still visible. The wreck is now home to many varied species of fish and plant life, including some of the biggest arrow crabs in the area. Other interesting aspects of the dive include a small crane on the deck full of schooling snapper, and the chance for more experienced divers to explore the galley, crew quarters and wheelhouse
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    SHARKS ALLEY

    SHARKS ALLEY featured dive site

    SHARKS ALLEY

    SHARKS ALLEY

    SHARKS ALLEY

    Beginner divers
    Shore dive
    Dive depth: 0 - 15m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Wreck
    The Western side of shark alley. Connects with hydro Lab to the East and Caves Sites to the south. A very interesting dive with many options for a tour. Named ‘pretenders wreck’ for the 45’ upside down tugboat hull holding down the mooring line. Plenty of Grey Caribbean Reef Sharks circling the area, along with Hugh Groupers, Schooling Jacks and Spade fish, often a stingray or two. And you never know what else!
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    TIGER BEACH

    TIGER BEACH featured dive site

    TIGER BEACH

    TIGER BEACH

    TIGER BEACH

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 0 - 6m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    As you can see from the name, this is one of the most unique dive sites in the world where you have the chance to watch Tiger Sharks swimming around in their natural habitat. You can also see here nurse sharks along with lemon sharks. In addition to sharks on this dive site other you can always see large representatives of the underwater fauna such as huge groupers and snappers.
    The Tiger Beach trip is available from November 15 to May 15.
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    THEO’S WRECK

    THEO’S WRECK featured dive site

    THEO’S WRECK

    THEO’S WRECK

    THEO’S WRECK

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat or Shore dive
    Dive depth: 0 - 30m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Wreck
    Theo's Wreck dive site is located about 1.5 miles from the coast. The wreck is about 230 feet long and rest on the ocean floor on its port side, between the deep reef and the drop-off at a depth of about 101 feet. The bow points landward and the stern seaward, she rests on a flat, sandy floor, among a few isolated coral banks. Two permanent buoys, one at the bow and one at the stern, mark the ship's position. The waters around the wreck are subject to currents that vary according to the tides; use the buoys for safe resurfacing. Since she was sunk in 1982, the ship has become home to numerous fish and is now covered with rich vegetation. The bow anchor chain, in particular, has splendid gorgonian sea fans. The shaded part of the hull is completely smothered in orange false gorgonians.
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    PLATE REEF

    PLATE REEF featured dive site

    PLATE REEF

    PLATE REEF

    PLATE REEF

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 18 - 24m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Reef
    Many varieties of hard coral have formed here. Many plate coral overlap above the surge channels. The blue hole here is quite large and comes right out of the side of a high profile coral. Mahogany and yellow-tail snappers, goat-fish, and French grunts are usually seen. A staff favorite
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    PICASSO GALLERY

    PICASSO GALLERY featured dive site

    PICASSO GALLERY

    PICASSO GALLERY

    PICASSO GALLERY

    Beginner divers
    Shore dive
    Dive depth: 12 - 20m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    Shape of this reef forms a rough ‘painters palette’. It is said the coral heads at this site are like masterpieces in an art gallery, you move from one piece to the next seeing what each one has to offer. Colors are fantastic – considered a photographers delight. Lots of small life, Arrow crabs, slugs, juveniles. You will often find a stingray or a stray reef shark.
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    Ben’s Blue Hole

    Ben’s Blue Hole featured dive site

    Ben’s Blue Hole

    Ben’s Blue Hole

    Ben’s Blue Hole

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 12 - 15m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    This classic site could be considered our ‘house reef’ as its right in front of the resort. Mooring is set at about 40-45ft in a coral head, directly south of the pin you can see a large sunken horseshoe shape in the sand, this is bens blue hole. The Blue hole is a funnel, or channel for freshwater to come out into the sea, the water mixing creates an interesting place for fish to hang out. Often you will find a large green moray eel or grouper hanging out under the ledge of the blue hole. We also see loggerhead turtles here regularly. This site is very good for photographers on a sunny day who like to coral head hop.
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    ANN’S PARADISE

    ANN’S PARADISE featured dive site

    ANN’S PARADISE

    ANN’S PARADISE

    ANN’S PARADISE

    Beginner divers
    Shore dive
    Dive depth: 13 - 16m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Soft corals
    Anne was a local school teacher and diving enthusiast. This site was Anne’s favorite. A very pretty site with plenty coral growth - rows of thick coral heads. Always plenty of flamingo tongues and lettuce leaf slugs on this reef. Hogfish and yellow tail snapper are frequently seen.
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    CAVES 1 and 2

    CAVES 1 and 2 featured dive site

    CAVES 1 and 2

    CAVES 1 and 2

    CAVES 1 and 2

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat or Shore dive
    Dive depth: 18 - 24m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Cave
    Two very interesting sites, well worth the visit. Site is comprised of thick spur and groove coral formations, teeming with life. So many cracks, nooks, crannies and hiding places for fish that it is almost impossible to see everything! Both Moorings are set along a sloping drop-off. Starting at 60’ sloping to about 80-90’ at the bottom. In the deepest part of this site it is possible to see a sunken chamber. Groupers, Jacks, Remoras and sharks, from neighboring Shark alley, are frequent sightings. At both sides of this site, there are various swim-throughs to explore.
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    GALE’S GROTTO

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    PAPA DOC WRECK

    PAPA DOC WRECK featured dive site

    PAPA DOC WRECK

    PAPA DOC WRECK

    PAPA DOC WRECK

    Beginner divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 10 - 14m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Wreck
    A group of mercenaries headed to fight in the Haitian revolution to overthrow Francois "Papa Doc" Duvalier made it no further than this spot. Their 70-foot boat sunk in a storm in 1968. As recently as ten years ago, ammunition clips could still be found among the scattered coral heads. Two engine blocks and assorted sections of the old shrimper are still visible.
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    LADY OF LUCAYA

    LADY OF LUCAYA featured dive site

    LADY OF LUCAYA

    LADY OF LUCAYA

    LADY OF LUCAYA

    Experienced/advance divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 0 - 13m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    Next to the mooring is a large swim through which is sometimes filled with silversides, especially during the summer months. Just east of the mooring on the other side of the opening is a winged statue that guards the entrance of the swim-through.
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    ANGELS’ CAMP

    ANGELS’ CAMP featured dive site

    ANGELS’ CAMP

    ANGELS’ CAMP

    ANGELS’ CAMP

    Beginner divers
    Boat dive
    Dive depth: 10 - 14m
    Water temperature: 23.3 - 29.8℃
    Dive type: Ambience
    At the mooring pin you find sections of coral running from east to west. Running parallel to this is a large sand channel – an extension of shark alley. Queen, Grey and French Angel fish are often encountered in the area. Great place to find lobsters, stingrays, spotted drums and even the odd Gray Caribbean reef shark. A nice relaxing second dive.
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