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Salt Pier

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This site is at the end of the salt conveyer system. Diving should not be attempted when a ship is in the process of loading. Depth is 15-50 feet, with very little current. There is easy entry from shore. This is a great site for novice divers and photographers. The pier's pillars are fully encrusted with sponges and soft corals

http://www.skin-diver.com/bonaire/divesites6.html

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