Fingers of coral extending at right angles to the coast. Covered with a profusion of fish and coral life. You also will not have to look very hard to discover the abundance of small, gray morays. This site also has the rare fluorescent anemones, but be warned they look muddy brown if photographed with a strobe.
Located in the middle of the Big Bay. Named for a type of lacy blue coral. Sloping reef about 30m wide, cut through with deeper sand gullies. The reef runs down to 40m.
Average depth: 20 m
Max. depth: 40m
Corals: variety of healthy corals with a different shape
Fish life: this site is know as a home for the razorfish (plate fish), which swim in a vertical position, head down.