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Friday's Rock

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Friday's Rock is a known feeding station with great biodiversity. You can spot fish like surgeonfish, scorpionfish, red bass, triggerfish, emperor fish, batfish, butterflyfish, as well as moray eels and different species of soft and hard coral. You may also see some blue-spotted stingrays resting on the sea bottom.

The depth here is 12 to 18 meters/40-60 feet, making it accessible to divers of all levels. There’s no current and visibility is really good. Diving is possible all year round.

Dive site info provided by Jennifer L on Mar 30, 2021

Friday's Rock is a dive site that actually consists of two spots: Friday’s Reef, which goes down to 12 meters/40 feet, and Friday’s Rock that takes you further down to a depth of 18 meters/60 feet.

The boulder is a fish-feed station that attracts numerous sea creatures such as scorpionfish, surgeonfish, triggerfish, emperor fish, and red bass, among others.

Average depth: 7 meters/23 feet

Maximum depth: 18 meters/60 feet

Visibility: 10-30 meters/33-100 feet

Level: all divers

Dive site info provided by Gerard H on Apr 29, 2021
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