Underwater Wreck Snorkel

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Fri 21 Jun 2019 23:57
Underwater Wreck Snorkel 
 
 
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We tethered Baby Beez to the float marking a large submerged wreck (between Beez and the wreck on the beach of the Black Rose). Near the wreck is a big area of hard coral, the outer drop-off to a hundred feet. We enjoyed many fish and watched a turtle about his business. A new one on us was a banded pipefish (looks like a cross between a tiny snake and a seahorse complete with pointy nose, bulbous eyes and so hard to see). We saw our biggest parrotfish to date – up to two feet long and heard them chomping at the coral, too skittish to get good close-ups or face on, but they do always looks as if they are smiling.  Bear enjoyed it so much he wants to come back, no arguments from me. Pictures of our snorkel.....
 
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ALL IN ALL A SUPER TIME
                     EXCELLENT FISH, CORAL AND TURTLE