Stingray Point

Popular with underwater photographers, the fringing reef of Stingray Point begins 3m/10ft below the surface. Small, sandy fields are connected by a network of channels that wind their way across the reef as it slopes gradually down to the reef edge at 9m/30ft. Hard coral gardens filled with sea plumes and gorgonians tumble over the edge of the reef, dropping down to meet the seabed at 21m/69ft. A wide, sandy canyon filled with pine cone algae scores its way through the reef, spilling out onto the sandy bottom and eventually sloping off into deeper water. Lining the sides of the canyon, are the beautifully decorated reef walls adorned with stunning pillar corals and azure vase sponges that spread east and west, parallel to the shore.

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