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Bonaire Dive Log: Invisibles

Just south of the usual entry is an easy sandy beach to get in. The double reef here is a series of deep islands. One of our favorite dives; spectacular scenery and usually lots of interesting sites: This time a Barracuda with Sharksucker attached.

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