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Underwater Photo Location: Sabang Point, Puerto Galera

Underwater Photo Location: Sabang Point, Puerto Galera

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Current is very dependent on time of day. The diving in Puerto Galera is timed around the tides and being off a little can end up being a roller coaster ride ;) This was a really nice dive. Lots of fish, anthia's, damselfish, moray eels, parrotfish, wrasse, unicornfish, jacks, rainbow runners... the "usual suspects" I call them :) Right at the end of our dive I had my first (and I hope last) experience being chased by a nesting Titan Triggerfish! Having an almost 3 foot long fish with those kind of teeth chasing is an "interesting" experience :))
Facts about Sabang Point, Puerto Galera
  • It is in Philippines
  • Sabang Point, Puerto Galera is in the South China Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
smallcoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendlyphireinstruction

by Bill Stewart
Moray Eel shot during a dive at Sabang Point, Puerto Galera, Philippines on August 25th, 2016.

by Hansruedi Wuersten
Scraweled Filefish - Aluterus scriptus

by Glenn Ian Villanueva
This is a photo of a chromodoris willani, sitting on top of a rock or a hard coral. A soft current blows from the east, giving her crown a gentle flow.
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