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 Crash Boat Piers

Puerto Rico, West coast and Mona island

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approssimato

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Latitude: 18° 27.432' N
Longitude: 67° 9.901' W

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 Access

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

English (Translate this text in English): Access to the beach is located on Rt 107 in Aguadilla. There is a small road sign pointing towards Crash Boat Beach. You can park at either parking lot for access to the dive site. Parking during the summer weekends are hectic. If you want a parking spot you may arrive early in the morning (around 8:00 am).

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name crash Boat Beach

Average depth 9.1 m / 29.9 ft

max depth 24.4 m / 80.1 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Big fishes
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Children dive
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Orientation

Dangers

- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

English (Translate this text in English): From the beach you can follow the main pier out on eihter side. Facing out on the left are two square free standing piers. The pillars on all of the piers are covered in sealife and many fish hang around underneath. On the right of the main pier there is one self standing pier same as on the left, but if you go to the right of the self standing pier there is one that has collapsed and is completly submerged. Every day you can find sergeants, tangs, angelfishes, filefishes, trunkfishes, goatfishes, butterflyfishes, damselfishes, flounders, snappers, wrasses, moray eels, rockfishes, sand divers; occasionally you can find sea turtles, porkfishes, flying gurnards, squids, octopus, trumpetfish; and if you are lucky enough you can even find seahorses. IF you go straight out past the piers the water will drop to 80 feet but there is nothing to see.

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Crash Boat Piers
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set 27, 2009
Dive No. 12 - Find a huge school of yellowtail snappers (more then 80 individuals). Seargents, filefish, tangs, butterflyfish, damselfish, squids, octupus, glasseye snappers, wrasses, french angelfish, sponges, feather dusters, anemone, anemone shrimp, etc. For th
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By Leatherback TG , 11-12-2010

Crash Boat - Excelente para principiantes, visibilidad excelente (muchas veces hasta 100 pies). Mucha variedad de peces y corales. Básicamente toda la vida marina esta en las columnas de un antiguo muelle. Si tienes suerte puedes ver tortugas marinas, caballitos de mar y hasta Humback Whales.

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