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We arrived at our dive site, The Chimney by Dog Island, with much anticipation and hopes for a good dive. I'm happy to report we were (finally!) successful. With Ken, Darla, Anne and I suited up we discussed a dive plan and jumped in the water. We descended and met on the bottom where we enjoyed a good dive and I got several good photos of everyone.
Anne doing her underwater ballet
Anne doing her ballet move
Anne and Ken underwater
Anne and Ken on the bottom
Rock formation at the Chimney dive site
View through the
rocks at The Chimney
Spanish Hogfish
Spanish Hogfish
Ocean Surgeonfish
Ocean Surgeonfish (believed to be)
Blue Tang
Blue Tang
Caesar Grunt
Caesar Grunt (believed to be)
Saucereye Porgy
Saucereye Porgy
Anne underwater
Ken underwater
Gray Angel
Gray Angel
Porcupinefish The highlight of this dive was when Ken spotted this large Porcupinefish hiding in a crevice. He was shy but beautiful!
Finally a good day of diving. Continue to the next page and enjoy beautiful Virgin Gorda ...
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Introducing the "Merry Wanderers" | Tortolla, Prospect Reef Hotel and Cane Garden Bay | Full Moon Party | The Grand Oasis
Sailing Road Town To Norman Island | Diving The Indians and Jost Van Dyke | Jost Van Dyke | Sandy Cay, Green Cay and Cane Garden Bay
Cane Garden Bay, West End and Brewer's Bay | Brewer's Bay and Puntinday Bay | The Dogs, Mosquito Island and Virgin Gorda
Diving The Chimney at the Dogs | Virgin Gorda | The Baths | Surprise For Everyone | Diving The RMS Rhone and Our Last Full Day Aboard The Grand Oasis
Getting Ready | A Special Time | The Party | The Party After | Our Last Morning