Coral Diving

    Mike's Mountain Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Mike's Point Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Vertical wall shaped like an anphiteather. The reef top is exposed to waves. You can find huge boulder corals, black corals, giant gorgonians and sponges, as well as many reef fishes. It's possible to encounter white tip sharks, giant trevallys, eagle rays and occasionally very large silver tip…

    Mini White Wall Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Mixing Bowl Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

    The most interesting geological dive site in the Bloody Bay Marine Park, where two Walls collide, one with a step the other a "free fall" wall! A real mix of a dive site, with all the best of the Marine Biology available on Little Cayman.I can recommend the Southern Cross club dive centre. (Best…

    Molas Wreck Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Sunk February 22, 1942. Approx 60m long. Prbably a Dutch merchandiser vessel.

    Muka Gereja Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Scenic vertical winding wall with many vertical cracks and canyons and small caves. It has a wonderfull reef top with huge table corals. It is a very good spot for snorkelling. The reef is populated by the typical reef fishes, like anemone fishes, and parrotfishes. Sometimes you can find white tip…

    Muka Kampung Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    This is a steep slope with many vertical cracks and canyons. As often there is strong currents, so is best to drift the dive. Here is possible to encounter eagle ray, stingray and thousands of butterfly fish among a great variety of reef fishes. Small pigmy seahorses had been found hanging in the…

    MV Captain Keith Tibbetts Cayman Islands

    The MV Captain Keith Tibbetts was sunk in 1996 as an artificial reef.Since then, coral has grown nicely on the wreck.The wreck has since had its back broken by a Winter Nor'Wester storm which has resulted in a nice debris field amidships.It remains an interesting wreck with plenty to see on the…
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    Naiqoro Passage Kadavu Island, Fiji

    Wall dives on both sides of the passage also home to Spot X and the Japanese Gardens.This passage offers one of the finest dives in Fiji, abounding in pelagic and reef fish, sharks and coral gardens exploding with colour.The passage can experience some strong currents and with little up or down…
    School of white tip sharks

    Naiqoro Passage Kadavu Island, Fiji

    Wall dives on both sides of the passage also home to Spot X and the Japanese Gardens.This passage offers one of the finest dives in Fiji, abounding in pelagic and reef fish, sharks and coral gardens exploding with colour.The passage can experience some strong currents and with little up or down…
    Another shark in paradise

    Naiqoro Passage Kadavu Island, Fiji

    Wall dives on both sides of the passage also home to Spot X and the Japanese Gardens.This passage offers one of the finest dives in Fiji, abounding in pelagic and reef fish, sharks and coral gardens exploding with colour.The passage can experience some strong currents and with little up or down…

    Nancy's Cup of Tea Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Negri Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Vertical windind wall with many vertical cracks, canyons and small caves. Sheltered reef top with many branching corals. You can find the typical reef life: Butterfly fish, angelfish, parrotfish as well as nudibranches. Occasionally turtles can be seen and batfishes.
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    Newman's Wall Roatan, Honduras

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    Nippo Maru Truk, Micronesia

    353 foot freighter

    North Atoll - Amos Rock Tubbataha, Philippines

    The wall is wonderfully covered with huge gorgonian fans and whip corals and if there is some current this place is just packed with large fish! Here you can see so many sharks you'll give up on counting, mostly white tip reef sharks and gray reef sharks. There are also plenty of mackerels,…

    North Atoll - Gorgonian… Tubbataha, Philippines

    North Atoll - Malayan Wall Tubbataha, Philippines

    Adventurous divers looking for a glimpse of schooling hammerhead sharks in the deep blue choose to take the plunge at Tubbataha’s Malayan Wall.Named after the wreck of the Malayan (a small shipwreck at the beginning of the dive), divers swim out into the open Sulu Sea as far as they can…

    North Atoll - Malayan Wreck Tubbataha, Philippines

    You can see the remains of a Malayian ship that stranded here from the mooring place. You can have a strong current in one of the sides, but lots of fish will hang around there too, a large group of dogtooth tuna and even an eagle ray. On the reef top you can see moray eels, angelfishes,…

    North Atoll - Marine Park Tubbataha, Philippines

    North Atoll - Ranger Station Tubbataha, Philippines

    There is a channel going to the ranger station.

    North Atoll - Seafan Alley Tubbataha, Philippines

    North Atoll - Shark Airport Tubbataha, Philippines

    Known as one of Tubbataha’s most fertile dive sites, the Shark Airport is made up of a wide plateau at 15 m dropping off to a shelf at 25 m.Endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles can often be found searching the sunny shallows in search of corals to munch on while whitetip sharks cruise…

    North Atoll - Terraces Tubbataha, Philippines

    North Atoll - Wall Street Tubbataha, Philippines

    One of the most popular coral reef wall dives within the Tubbataha park, ‘Wall Street’ is a sheer wall dive plunging deep into the blue of the Sulu Sea. Notable sightings at the ‘Wall Street’ dive include Napoleon Wrasse, and blacksaddle coral grouper. Lucky divers have even…

    North Atoll - Washing Machine Tubbataha, Philippines

    Named for the unpredictable currents which sometimes change direction in the middle of a dive, the Washing Machine is located at the exposed northeastern edge of Tubbataha.Known for having some of the best visibility of any dive site within the Marine Park, this dive site is home to grey reef sharks…

    North Belnem Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    This is an easy shore or boat dive for all skill levels. With moderate currents and a depth of 6-30 meters, the shallows have stands of elk horn coral and schools of blue tang.

    Northwest Dropoff Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

    Diving in Northwest Dropoff is InterestingTypically, visibility is Good ( 10 - 30 m)The average depth is 39.6 m / 129.9 ftTo reach Northwest Dropoff you have to do it By boatThis dive site is best suited for CMAS * / OW divers.

    Northwest Point Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Nukove Bonnaire North, Bonaire

    Nuku Reef Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Oil Slick Leap Bonnaire North, Bonaire

    Jump ! Turtle, porkupinefish, seahorse.... nice dive.
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    Ol' Blue Bonnaire North, Bonaire

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    Old House Utila, Honduras

    After dropping down to 132 feet to inspect a rock formation I spotted an Octopus dying at 117 feet.

    Orange Canyon Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    A very colorful dive with elephant ear sponges and a lot of crevices/cracks. The 'wall' really starts at 30m deep.
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    Oro Verde Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    The Oro Verde was originally a spy ship and cargo vessel that was sunk in May 1980. The wreck is known to have great coral and amazing fish around her. She's broken up due to storms but still is one to remember.

    Outer Reef East Timor

    Pablo's place Roatan, Honduras

    One of the best dive sites in roatan especially when the current is picking you up all along the wall till you end the dive over a nice pletau of corall and you finish the dive somewhere in the blue :-)!When there's current plenty of fish as big barracudas, eagle rays, sometimes reefsharks,…

    Pangalisang Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Panggulingan Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Sanndy slope with large rocks and coral formations. Often very strong current with possible downward currents. Many whip corals, soft corals and spounges as well as many big schools of fusiliers and banner fish. Occasionally you can see a very large school of black fin barracuda. Giant and big eye…