dive sites are a sample of the mysteries that our waters
have to offer. Our 24ft Maco powered by an outboard
200HP Yamaha will take you to the reef and back in no time...
Fish Pond - 30+ft/10+m
This site provides many opportunities
for beginners and advanced divers to take a look around.
If you're looking for seahorses, this is a good spot
to start. This reef
is speckled with Lettuce Sea Slugs, and many other small
marine life, bringing in some good size Mackeral and
Jacks for feedings.
Fanta-Sea - 30ft/10m
Stay on top of the reef and check out all of the little
nooks and cranies where you can find all sorts of interesting
little creatures. You can also drop down off the edge
to a sandy bottom and look for eels, and crabs hiding in
The Hunt - 45ft/14m
Drop down onto this patchy reef dancing across the sand.
Check in all of the holes and hiding places in search
of Nurse Sharks, Turtles, and Snapper. This is a good site
to see Spanish
Mackeral darting to the surface for prey.
Arches - 45ft/14m
Located about 6 minutes from shore, this breath taking
reef is named after a set of natural arches and caverns.
Look in the sand for yellow headed jawfish and garden eels,
Morays and lobsters frequent the swim-throughs.
Shallow Plane - 55ft/17m
A Cessna 152 Airplane resting next to a beautifully overhanging
reef. Look for Queen Angelfish, Spotted Drum Fish, and
the occasional dolphin at this site.
Golden Gates - 60ft/18m
This reef is brilliant although rarely visited due to
its vicinity to a fresh water shed. This reef rises up from
to provide many areas for creatures to hide out. Crabs,
Octopus, Green Moray, Eagle Rays, amongst others have been
Visibility is poor at this site during the rainy season,
due to river run off.
Shark's Reef - 60ft/18m
This magestic reef provides large overhangs, making holes
where you find nurse sharks hanging out during the day.
Brilliantly colored, the coral juts up from the sand,
looming over divers,
providing opportunities for some amazing memories.
Throne Room - 65ft/19m
Descend through a crack in the reef to enter this magnificent
cave. Brightly colored Tube Sponges spackle the walls
where Banded Coral shrimp seek refuge. Turtles frequent
the area, along with
the seasonally curious Dolphin.
King Fish Point - 70+ft/21+m
Beginning around 70ft/21m this site quickly drops off
to 130+ft/40+m. If you like it big, don't let this site
you. Large Snapper and Parrot Fish frequent the area,
and the gorgonians and sponges are worth checking out as
Deep Plane - 90ft/27m
This is where our Divemasters love to hang. Frequented
by turtles, Barracuda, Spade Fish, and the territorial
Ocean Trigger Fish. Drift along the outer edge before the
drops off to the deep.
Tug Boat - 90ft/27m
This wreck was sunk in 1993 to provide the sealife with
an artificial reef. Settled on a sandy patch, the reef
in this area is worth checking out as well. Look for Barracuda,
File Fish, and the occasional Eagle Ray passing through