Nine foot stake is great for both scuba divers and snorkelers, but better for snorkelers because it’s so shallow. It’s fifteen to thirty feet deep, depending which area of the spot you go to. The actual nine foot stake is in the shallower water, so it will be easy for just about anyone to find the wreckage. And what is the wreckage? It’s really a bunch of debris, like pilings and bars, sitting on coral patches that are actually quite full of fish and other marine life.
<p>Find hogfish here, as well as barracuda and, in winter, mackerel. Also look for bar jacks, and large coral heads with urchins, eels, lobsters, grouper and other sea creatures underneath. Also good for practicing your underwater photography, because of the shallowness and diversity of coral and fish here.