A dive staffer named Jack was famous for his daiqueiri making skills, so much so this site was changed from Governer’s Beach to its current name. Fields of sand on the site resemble a whack-a-mole game with garden eels poking in and out, but please just observe!
Dive master’s may tell you this site is surrounded by glass walls but don’t be fooled. It is notable for its sea life and less for its coral formations. Turtles, spotted drums, christmas tree worms, and flamingo tongues can be found in abundance.