A nice dive site named Fire Coral Cave houses several small caves and caverns full of marine life.
|Name Dive Site:||Fire Coral Cave|
|Depth: ||19-39ft (6-12m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Lars Hemel|
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Diving at Fire Coral Cave, just southwest of Spanish Anchor, is a jewel of a dive site with some small caves within a coral ridge. Spadefish, blue striped grunts, dog snappers, copper sweepers and schoolmasters are common to swim through the caverns and overhangs. Although its name, fire coral is not abundant with only a few strains on top of the ledge.
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