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Blue Reef / Debbie II (Wreck)

This dive site, located in the water, is renowned for its impressive population of large lobsters and stingrays, which can often be spotted as they rest and wait to be captured in stunning underwater photographs. The vibrant marine ecosystem is adorned with magnificent giant barrel sponges in various shades of purple, orange, and green, creating a captivating visual spectacle. As an added attraction, a 120' fuel barge was intentionally sunk in 1992, now serving as a captivating wreck that lures in schools of fish and barracudas.

The submerged wreck serves as a thriving habitat for a diverse range of marine creatures, including nurse and reef sharks, potentially eagle rays, graceful turtles, and an abundance of fish species such as snapper, angelfish, grunts, anemones, and grouper. Divers of all experience levels, including beginners, can safely explore this dive site, making it an ideal location for underwater adventurers looking to immerse themselves in the breathtaking beauty of the Netherlands' aquatic wonders.

With a visibility of 17 meters and a maximum depth of 20 meters, this site offers divers the opportunity to fully appreciate the enchanting underwater world that awaits them. Located near Six Steps, L.G. Smith Boulevard, Malmok, Malmok Beach, Aruba, 029, Netherlands, this dive site is easily accessible and promises an unforgettable diving experience for enthusiasts of all skill levels.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 4, 2023

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