30-80 ft | 9-25 m
60-100+ ft | 18-30+ m
0-2 mph | 0-3 km/h

Dominant features
The north section of the reef consists of a gentle coral slope that extends to an abrupt drop-off that starts at about 70 ft. (22 M) The south portion of the reef has a large shelf of flat sandy bottom at about 65 ft. (20 M)

The coral slope features a wide variety of hard coral species with occasional soft corals interspersed. The mushroom-like Porite bommies are the most outstanding coral feature of the sandy shelf.

Fish Life
Along the coral slopes, reef fish are abundant. Sting Rays are frequently seen on the sandy bottoms. Sharks and Turtles are frequent cruisers along this section of reef.