Coral Diving

    Pat's Wall Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Patty's Place Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Pelican's Point Cayos Cochinos, Honduras

    Peter's Peaks Turneffe Islands, Belize

    A nice site for exploring the many tunnels weaving through the corals, or just cruise along the wall and enjoy the sea life hanging about.

    Pilican Cay Turneffe Islands, Belize

    Pink Beach Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    Plantation Pinnacles Malolo Island, Fiji

    Pinnacle with a swim through at its base. Abundant fish life including turtles and reef sharks. Many soft and hard corals.The top of the Pinnacle sits at approx 12m below the surface.

    Playa Funchi Bonnaire North, Bonaire

    For night dive, bring your own shore light, there are NO lights visible for orientation

    Point Pleasant Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

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

    Pot Luck Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Princess Penny's Wall Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    This is a very nice large pinnacle in the middle of the main channel. The name comes from Penny Ventura, a famous free diver.

    Punt Wekua Bonnaire North, Bonaire

    Difficult entry on the first 10-20 meters, Because the reef-top is only 30-50 cm deep. But you will see undestroyed corals at all.
    Ragged Tooth Shark

    Quarter Mile Sodwana Bay, South Africa

    This dive is generally open during the Dec-Jan Holiday season as the spotted ragged tooth sharks are in the area. Close encounters during this season are pretty certain.

    Que Brada Lighthouse Reef, Belize

    This is a cut on the reef; both dive the wall and the shallows parts. Great marine life including green moray eels, spotted drum, lobster, crabs...

    Radar Reef Cayman Islands

    The old telephone cable makes navigation of this dive site very easy.

    Raggedy Cay Utila, Honduras

    Lots of fish and an unusual eel.

    Rainbows End 1 Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Rainbows End 2 Taveuni Island, Fiji

    Randy's Gazebo Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

    This is my favorite Little Cayman dive site. Dive it and see!!! The Gazebo is one of the most famous seahorse residence.I can recommend the Southern Cross Club. The local Dice Centers can all help you find the sites.

    Raymond Point Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    This is a vertical wall with one large cave. There is an interesting reef top, although it was damaged by a storm in 1996. Beware there is often strong currents. Here you can find a forest of whip corals along the wall and many species of hard and soft corals. Looking into the cracks is easy to find…

    Red Slaves Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    Rendez-vous Point Turneffe Islands, Belize

    Ribbon Reef Sodwana Bay, South Africa

    This is a stunning small reef for those interested in small creatures. It is also home to Ribbon Eels.
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    Rio de Janiero Maru Truk, Micronesia

    Rookery Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos

    Diving in Rookery is Interesting.Typically, visibility is Good ( 10 - 30 m)The average depth is 39.6 m / 129.9 ftTo reach Rookery you have to do it By boatThis dive site is best suited for CMAS * / OW divers.
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    Salt City Bonnaire South, Bonaire

    Sam's Point Taveuni Island, Fiji

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    San Francisco Maru Truk, Micronesia

    The San Francisco Maru is 116 meters long. Built 1st of march, 1919, this 5,831 tons vessel lays at 63 meters deep. This passenger/cargo ship sunk upright.It is the most famous dive of Truk. The deck is 46 meters deep, 55 meters to the 'tween decks holds. There are three tanks, two to starboard and…

    Sand Castles Cayman Islands

    Wall and Coral Fingers reaching towards the wall with sea life including Turtles, Shark and Ray.

    Sand Chute Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

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    Sankisan Maru Truk, Micronesia

    4800 Ton Cargo ship sunk upright

    Sayonara Wreck Turneffe Islands, Belize

    The Sayonara was the transport boat for the Turneffe Island Lodge. It was sunk by Dave Bennett in 1985. It now lies in 50 ft of water.

    Scuba Bowl Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Sea Fans (1 to 3) Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

    Thousands of small Purple sea fans
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    Shark Reef Viti Levu, Fiji

    This is a shark conservation area for scientific research, thus there's an exciting possibility to see Bull sharks, Silvertip sharks, Tawny nurse sharks, Gray reef sharks, Blacktip reef sharks, Whitetip reef sharks and sometimes even a huge Tiger shark!(chance to see a Tiger shark around 20%)
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    Shinkoku Maru Truk, Micronesia

    10,000 ton, 500 foot Tanker (Oiler)

    Shinkoku Maru Truk, Micronesia

    10,000 ton, 500 foot Tanker (Oiler)

    Ships Stern Utila, Honduras

    Great reef diving

    Siladen Housereef Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Housereef of Siladen Resort.

    Siladen Pier Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia

    Nice spot for blue ring octopus (or so we were told).