What to Expect When Diving in Yapak1
수심이 낮은만큼 안전하고 아기자기함 수중상태 양호 보라카이 포인트들 대체적 문안
Very deep wall. Top is at 30-35m and it goes down straight 90 degree to the bottom of 70m. Great chances to see white tip sharks, groupers, snappers and sometimes a sailfish. Notes for navigation at Yapak: if you see no bottom, then welcome to the blue, where bottom is 70-75m, your compass course is correct (60 degree), keep swimming until you see some fish around you, which means the wall is near (don't freak out in the blue, because its all you going to see for a few minutes, TRUST YOUR COMPASS and be patient) and if you see the bottom close to you, then change your course to 240 degree and swim towards the fall. This dive requires appropriate planning and use of tide tables and moon cycles. Best to be done on a rising tide, with current pushing you towards the wall from the blue. Remember that currents during full moon and a new moon are the strongest so if you missed the wall, you might have no chance to reach it back and most likely you will have no chances to repeat.