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The artificial dive site named Dry Dock consists of a steel construction that was used to get small vessels on shore.
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The Dry Dock is a large steel and plywood construction which was originally designed to lift small boats out of the water. It was sunk by La Laguna Dive Center in 1998 to create a man-made reef. The construction lies on a sandy bottom adjacent to a small coral reef. It has become the home of many different species of marine life such as sweetlips, snapper, batfish, surgeonfish, pipefish and many more. There is a giant barracuda residing here, and blue spotted rays are commonly seen on the sandy bottom. After you have checked out the site you can swim a short distance to the shallower depths of La Laguna Point. It is best to dive this site at slack tide.
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