Hiroshi Point is a well known wall dive with nice colorful overhangs, sea anemones and plenty of fish.
|Name Dive Site:||Hiroshi Point, Buoy 15|
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Hiroshi Point, located at buoy 15, offers divers huge coral heads, estimated to be more than 2000 years old, and large numbers of Christmas tree worms and invertebrates. A diverse variety of marine life, including eagle rays, schools of huge parrot fish, reef sharks, barracuda and squid can be seen. It is one of the few dive sites that has a partial sandy bottom. Divers have surfaced from this site saying that they felt like they were diving in a huge aquarium, and asked to do their next dive there again. It is great for snorkeling too.
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Diveshop- Micronesia Eco Divers, Treelodge 637, Lelu - Kosrae
Micronesia Eco Divers
|Micronesia Eco Divers|
Lelu - Kosrae
Micronesia Eco Divers is a professional training facility located in a paradise for divers. Our PADI Instructors are experienced who have taught around the globe, including stays in SE Asia, the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and the Pacific.
We will be your hosts on splendid diving adventures. 2010 renovated Dive Shop, brand new dive equipment for rental, four boats, one sail boat
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It is a popular shore entry with a high tide and low surf. Great for snorkeling, too. Current is variable and generally runs north around the point.
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