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An up to date variation incorporating the main points of a whole dive advisor and the sensible info that each one guests desire. The consultant charges the easiest dive and snorkelling websites, tells the place to discover shipwrecks, coral reefs and wall dives and gives sightseeing and lodging info.

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Nurse sharks rest on the sandy bottom under the ledges. Depths range from 40 to 70 ft. V. Saraabout six miles out from Long Bay. Sandy Shallow is recommended for novice divers. A garden of soft corals and gorgonians slopes from 30 to 70 ft. Seas are usually calm. Small schooling tropicals and invertebrates populate this spot. Snorkeling Catamaran and mono-hull sailboats leave Road Bay daily for snorkeling/picnic jaunts to Little Bay, on Anguilla's northwest coast; Prickly Pear Cays, six miles out of Road Bay; Shoal Bay, on the south end of Anguilla; Scilly Cay; Dog Island, 10 miles north of Road Bay and Sandy Island, the most popular out-island snorkeling destination.

Intact and upright, it attracts schooling yellowtail, schoolmaster snapper, Atlantic spadefish, flying gurnard, stingrays and small fish. Penetration is not allowed without specialty certification and under the supervision of local divemasters. Sandy Deep, a mini wall and the favorite reef dive, is lush with hard and soft corals, gorgonians, and abundant fish life and lobster (no collecting). Not recommended for snorkeling, but good for the novice, with depths from 15 to 60 ft. Sea conditions vary depending on the time of year.

Html. Antigua Curtain Bluff Resort sits on a dramatic, 13-acre seaside bluff on Antigua's southern shore. This all-inclusive resort is the closest jump-off point to Cades Reef diving. The property slopes down to two coves, one calm and good for snorkeling, the other with rolling surf. Amenities include 61 beachfront rooms and suites. Dive shop on premises offers boat tours only. Certification courses, if desired, can be arranged with nearby shops. Rates cover the room, all meals for two, bar service, afternoon tea and hors d'oeuvres, mail service, water-skiing, scuba diving (two dives per daygear included), snorkeling trip to Cades Reef each morning, deep-sea fishing, sailing, tennis, Page 24 golf, squash and croquet.

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