Peter’s Place is a dive site located off the western shore of Sandy Bay. The spot features a shallow wall at a depth of about 15 feet (6 meters) and then a deeper one at around 50 feet (15 meters). The deeper wall features amazing formations of corals such as elkhorn coral and tube corals, gorgonians, vase sponges, and barrel sponges.
Fish life is abundant at Peter’s Place, with schools of horse-eye jacks, groupers, lionfish, huge parrotfish, crabs, eels, permit, spotted drums, sea turtles, sea bass, squirrelfish, but also critters like cleaner shrimps and coral banded reef shrimps.
Peter’s Place is recommended for advanced divers, as the maximum depth of the site is around 30 meters/100 feet. Visibility is excellent, often exceeding 30 meters, and the seas are typically calm, with an occasional mild current.