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1st dive in the Carribbean

Saw my first pair of sea horses found by Kiki the DM. Saw a reef shark and a nurse shark. Lots of... read more

Reviewed 28 March 2013
Roger F
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Gosport, United Kingdom
Nice dive --- some interesting diversity

Black Jack was an interesting drift dive; it had a modest level of diversity: stingray; seahorses... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2013
bbb57aolcom
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san francisco
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27 Jun 2013
“Nice dive --- some interesting diversity”
28 Mar 2013
“1st dive in the Carribbean”
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Reviewed 27 June 2013

Black Jack was an interesting drift dive; it had a modest level of diversity: stingray; seahorses; nurse sharks; lobsters along with all of the more common fish: lizardfish, coronet fish, trumpetfish, and angelfish.

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Reviewed 28 March 2013

Saw my first pair of sea horses found by Kiki the DM. Saw a reef shark and a nurse shark. Lots of sponges with prawns inside them, gorgonia (seafans) A very enjoyable dive with 20m visibilityand the current was not too strong. Great 1st dive...More

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Reviewed 11 March 2013

First time I saw sea horses in thirty years of diving! Dove with my 14 year old son. A fun dive that included some nice terrain, good coral, reef fish (including morays and black tipped sharks), and depths to 70 feet with modest currents.

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Reviewed 30 August 2012

Nice easy wall dive, visibilty not too great when we were there.the water has green. lots of huge lobster

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