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Sunken Ships, Wreck Diving in Curacao

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Good morning all, I have a beautiful split-level shot of a sunken tugboat from a dive-site called SABA which can only be accessed by boat. Saba is located between Sea Aquarium and Zanzibar beach, meaning if you want to do it as a shore dive you would have to carry your tank and dive gear about a mile from either direction or get a wheelbarrow and start pushing. For this photo I carried just my camera, mask, and fins and jumped in at the little beach in front of the salt ponds, it was way easier then carrying a tank. I have done this as a boat dive and it’s one of the only places I have ever seen batfish and we not only saw one but found two of them together, talk about a rare sighting!!! NEWER POST: MORE

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