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 Lava Dome

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Aproximadamente

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Latitude: 20° 7.264' N
Longitude: 155° 54.295' W

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How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 9.1 m / 29.9 ft

max depth 27.4 m / 89.9 ft

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Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

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- Reef

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- Marine biology

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English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

English (Translate this text in English): The most unique coral head on the coast! Standing about 30’ high the lava dome is a volcanic rock covered in plate and knob coral. It is an amazing sight to see a coral head that is hundreds of years old. Beyond the dome, coral fingers stretch out to a ledge called Pink Floyd (after “the Wall”). This is where schooling fish like to congregate, blue dragon nudibranchs are common, and the big guys often cruise by.

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Lava Dome
De Griffith
Set 19, 2008
Reef Dive - In 3040 PSI  Out 570  w/ Alum. 72 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 77F  Vis 90ft Boat entry w/ Kohala Divers Saw: Morays
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Viagem: Hawaii 2008
De Griffith
Do Set 14, 2008 ao Set 21, 2008
10th Anniversary trip
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