About Director's Bay
Previously owned by the Directors of Shell Oil, this beautiful, dramatic dive site in the middle of nowhere, has the shortest swim-out on Curacao and plenty for divers and snorkelers to enjoy. Paranoid about shark attacks, the Directors built a cage around the shallow sandy area on top of the drop-off, so they were safe when swimming and snorkeling. Once they realised that there were no sharks, the cage fell into disrepair and was left to collapse. Lucky for divers, this makes this steeply sloping wall dive even more interesting, as the debris has become part of the reef and home to heaps of critters. This steeply sloping wall is lively and healthy with lots of the 'usual' stuff to look out for: lots of hard and soft corals, heaps of tropical fish, moray eels and seahorses and turtles if you're lucky.
Depth 30.5 m · Visibility 20 m · Site Features : Coral Reef, Wall
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What to Expect When Diving in Director's Bay
Great coral. Tons of smaller fish life. Bet it is accessible from shore
The Director's Bay is one of the most beautiful dives in my experience.