Total Scuba Points: 586
"Octopus Woot Woot!"
Max depth was 49 feet, average 38 feet. Visibility was 20 + feet. Water temp was 75 degrees F. Got to see an octopus moving about and another one hidden in a rock crevice. Saw a White Mouth Moray Eel zipping from one coral head to another. Several Crown of Thorns, Turtles, Moorish Idols Grouper, and long nose Butterfly. Each piece of coral seemed to have its own Freckled Hawkfish.... Show More Mar. 24, 2018
"Spacious swim throughs"
Great for first time divers trying swim throughs. Lots of room to maneuver, watch for turtles descending beside you as they look for a place to nap! Max depth 61 feet, average 40 feet visibility was 20+ feet, experienced a small amount of surge. Water was 75 degree F, wore double rash guard, others in the group wore wet suites. Loads of green turtles, Peacock grouper, schools of Blue Stripped Snapper, Moorish Idol, Bandit Butterfly, and my new favorite the Spotted Boxfish. ... Show More Mar. 24, 2018
"Turtles, Turtles, and more Turtles"
If you want to see Turtles this is the sight for you! Local divers refer to the "Turtle cleaning station" where the turtles hang out while the fish nibble on them. Max depth was 61 feet, average was 38 feet. Visibility was 20+ feet. Water temp was 75 degrees F, a bit cool without a wet suit. Saw Lion fish, Lizard fish, Starfish, Banded Angel fish (endemic to this area) beautiful! Also found two types of Frog fish, several Nudibranches and a white tip shark was hiding under a ledge. Overall a great dive site lots of variety of aquatic life to see, ... Show More Mar. 24, 2018
Max depth was 60 feet with average about 38 feet. Visibility was 20+ feet. Water temp was 74 degrees F. I wore double rash guard but most divers wore wet suits. Could hear whale song while we dove. Lots of crevices with a moray eel hiding in each one! Saw several eels free swimming between coral heads. Large Moorish Idols, freckled Hog fish and schools of Sargeant Majors. First time seeing a Longnose Hawkfish hiding out in black coral, as well as Nudibranches amazing color on these tiny little creatures. Dive highlight was seeing a frog fish, odd creatures and hard to see.... Show More Mar. 24, 2018
"Awsome Company to Dive with"
Went on 4 boat dives with Bubbles Below. The Dive masters were very knowledgeable about the dive area and underwater species. Very Eco friendly and stressed the importance of preserving dive sites. Captain Clay was friendly and did everything he could to make our experience the best it could be. Would definitely recommend his shop and dive masters. Small group of 8 to 10 divers plus 2 DM's. Received a very thorough dive site briefing and what types of fish we were likely to see on the dive. Relaxed pace under water, Dm's had a write board so they could tell you the name of what you were looking at, that was a nice bonus. ... Show More Mar. 24, 2018
"Long Swim is worth it! Intermediate"
Swam out on the surface (not for beginners) look for the buoys, then dropped down wanted to save air for the dive! Visibility was excellent, my max depth was 73 feet. Lots of coral growing on the ships surface. Saw a pair of Grey Angel. You need to dive this site more than once to see it all. Watch your navigation heading back to shore, there is a flag pole on shore marking the entrance.... Show More Jan. 21, 2018
"Calm easy entrance"
Stairs to get in and out from, large "pool" area to get your group organized to go out. Saw an octopus while we were getting set. This is where the police launch their boat from so be aware when entering and exiting. Water was 86 degrees F, dove with just a rash guard. Saw Rock Beauty, File and Burr Fish. Swim over the hard pan and there is a great Coral Head with lots of fish and plant life.... Show More Jan. 21, 2018
Super easy entrance, stairs with handrail! Start your dive from the stairs and look for Peacock Flounder at the bottom of the stairs on the rocks. Average depth is 30 feet. Saw Grey Angel fish, Moray Eel, Burr fish, Juvenile Drum and Flamingo tongue. Water temp was 86 degrees F. 56min dive with rash guard no wet suit. ... Show More Jan. 21, 2018
"Easy Entry Dive"
Clear water, ladder to climb in and out of water. Average dive depth was 24 feet.... Show More Jan. 20, 2018