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Latitude: 12.13943

Longitude: -68.27384

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J.A. Abraham Boulevard


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LB_Scuba
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"Friendly and knowledgeable"

Reviewed Mar. 13, 2020

This dive shop is part of Reef Renewal Bonaire. They are passionate about helping the reefs around the island and spreading their knowledge. If you are interested in learning more about coral and helping out with the project on Bonaire I recommend doing the Discover Reef Renewal Dive.... Show More

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Ooginator
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"Reef Renewal Information and Dive"

Reviewed Mar. 12, 2020

We did the reef renewal package of about 45 minutes instruction and then an hour dive. The instruction involved information about the reef, specifically the current state of health of the coral. It is eye-opening to know how much the coral has been damaged through the years for many reasons. Very informative!
The dive involved cleaning the trees where new coral is grown. Suggestion - wear a long sleeve rash guard as you will get stung by very small (microscopic) growths of fire coral that attach to the trees.
Definitely worth doing if you want to know more about the coral.
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