Captains log, Hump Day, April 26.
The Southeast winds continued today setting up some good dive conditions on the north shore.
Dives on Knobby Knoll and Long Reef gave divers a wide range of marine life, including Porcupine fish, schools of Creole Wrasse, Schoolmasters, and squirrelfish were seen. The highlight at Knobby Knoll was the three Queen Triggerfish, a Mutton Snapper, and a shark fighting over a dead lion fish.
At Turquoise Bay, besides the usual celebrities, the harassment of Flat Top, the Reef shark, continued. Today it wasn't the Jacks, it was a 4 ft Barracuda chasing 3 ft Flat Top around.
A great day under the water!
Schedule your own seat for the excitement on Long Reef, let's get wet!