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Snorkeling Caneel Bay

A fringing reef in about 10 feet of water hugs the shore east of the resort's main beach (to the right of the pier). It is generally protected from wind and waves. While not particularly dense, the reef supports a mixture of seafans and other gorgonians as well as hard corals such as brain, mustard hill and the relatively rarer finger corals. It is a good beginner's site if the numerous sea urchins are avoided. Continuing east beyond the point to Scott's Beach, the reef peters out. Only the main beach is open from the land. All others at Caneel are accessible to non-guests by water only.



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