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Peter and Hilma

Published 2 months ago by Andre de Molenaar

My dive buddy Peter at the popular Bonaire wreck diving site the 'Hilma Hooker'. Depth approximately 100 feet (30 m) and the wreck is 240 feet (73 m) in length

Red Slave Underwater

Published 6 months ago by Andre de Molenaar

My buddy Arno at the beautiful Bonaire dive site Red Slave with two Spotted Eagle Rays and a rather strong current (have a look at the Sea Rod below).

Joannie's Glory

Published 9 months ago by Andre de Molenaar

My buddy Joan at dive site Jeannie’s Glory Bonaire, one of the big buoys next to salt pier (Joan! Look at the Manta!)

Onima Desert, Bonaire

Published 11 months ago by Jos Sanders

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'Onima' is a word from the language of the Arawak indians, the first inhabitants of the island of Bonaire. It means something like 'humid place'. The Ara<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/onima-desert">...(more)</a>

Diving Bonaire Salt Pier

Published about 1 year ago by Andre de Molenaar

Underwater view from under the pillars of the first platform at the north side of the famous Bonaire Salt Pier (the diver with the white fins is me).

Orange Room by Day

Published about 1 year ago by Andre de Molenaar

Bonaire underwater panorama of a small 'room' in front of the Web completely covered with Orange Cup coral (look for the Green Moray Eel) and divers in the background.

The Hilma Hooker

Published about 1 year ago by Andre de Molenaar

This famous Bonaire shipwreck lies in approximately 100 feet (30 m) of water, and at 240 feet (73 m) in length is a popular wreck diving site. She sank at Bonaire on 12 September 1984.

Self Portrait

Published over 1 year ago by Andre de Molenaar

It's me underwater at the Bonaire dive site "Bari Reef" with a large group of Glassy Sweepers, a couple of Surgeonfishes and some other (small) reef fish.

The Cliff Dive

Published over 1 year ago by Andre de Molenaar

The underwater wall (the "Cliff") covered with hard corals and beautiful sponges just in front of the entrance to this famous Bonaire dive site.For more Bonaire views go to www.bonairepanoramas.com

Bonaire Salt Pans

Published almost 2 years ago by Andre de Molenaar

View from the back of the truck on the Bonaire saltpans and salt pier and a beautiful reflection of the salt piles in the pink water. On the right is<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bonaire-saltpans">...(more)</a>

Buddy Dive Point at Night

Published about 2 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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White Hole Tarpons

Published about 2 years ago by Andre de Molenaar

A lot of Trapons, Divers and a (hidden) Turtle at Bonaire dive site White Hole (Lac Cai).For more Bonaire views go to www.bonairepanoramas.com

No Name - Klein Bonaire

Published over 2 years ago by Andre de Molenaar

Diving with the Tiger Pa catamaran at dive site "No Name" (Playita) Klein Bonaire.For more Bonaire views go to www.bonairepanoramas.com

Captain Don's Habitat at night

Published over 2 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Captain Don's Habitat Pier

Published almost 3 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Salt pier 2

Published almost 3 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Salt Pier at sunset- Bonaire

Buddy Dive Bonaire

Published almost 3 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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With as many as 60 officially listed dive sites on Bonaire and another 20 dive sites on Klein Bonaire, the dive operation at Buddy Dive R<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/buddy-dive-bonaire-caribbean">...(more)</a>

Pier of Captain Don’s Habitat at sunset

Published about 3 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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Founded in 1976, by renowned underwater environmentalist Captain Don Stewart, Habitat has been in the forefront of environmentally<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pier-captain-dons-habitat-at-sunset">...(more)</a>

Salt Pier

Published about 3 years ago by Marcio Cabral

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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,<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/salt-pier-caribbean">...(more)</a>