Mooie duik. Klein beetje stroming. Relax!
Leuke duik gemaakt en veel kleine vissen gezien. Met mooi wuifende koralen
Vorig jaar zaten hier zeepaardjes, nu geen kunnen vinden helaas. Wel mooie garnaaltjes, …
Niet echt een mooie duikstek. Veel open stukken en dood koraal. Is hier in het verleden …
Makkelijke instap, mooie koraaltuin! Grote kreeft, grote krab, spotted Murray. Top!
A style staircase but good to do, no special things seen, just a quiet dive.
The descent of the stairs was easier than expected.
Night dive to watch the natural phenomenon of Ostracod, which takes place after full moon …
Night dive, watching the natural phenomenon OSTRACOD.Everywhere appear lights, takes just …
Beautiful light show of ostracod with night dive, just fireworks underwater.
Night dive for ostracodz phenomenon, beautiful, tarpons
Night dive without lamp to see ostracods.
Low light night dive to observe the Ostracod light play, resembles a little bit of …
Exceptional "Ostracod" seen at night diving without a dive lamp, taking place for the 2nd …
Entry via stairs to the booth: walls, hedgehog fish, coffered fish, spotted scorpion fish, …
Bachelors Beach starts on a sandy plateau. Then you will reach the reef, where you see both corals and anemones. Some are brightly colored which makes this dive site ideal for underwater photographers. In contrary to what its name suggests Bachelors Beach has no beach. At low tide you can see a strip of dry land, but you can’t call it a beach.
The dive site van be reached via a steep staircase, after which you can enter the water from a narrow sand strip. Now dive over the sand plateau to reach the vegetation that starts at the level of the buoy right in front of the entry point. Bachelors Beach is an ideal night dive site because it's located in a developed area. Large fish species, such as barracudas and tarpons appear in the light of your diving lamp.
Varying visibility in shallow waters caused by sand. The bottom at the entrance is smooth, but beware of stones lying around.
BACHELOR'S BEACH Features
- Bachelor's Beach
- EEG Boulevard, Belnem
- Sufficient parking at dive spot
- 15 m.
- Suitable for
- Beginners, advanced divers, night diving, underwater photography
- Bonaire Nature Tag
- Stinapa Marine Park tag, easy entry with stairs
- Covered stone tables and benches
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive / boat dive , night dive
- None / limited
- 15 - 30 m.
- Average visibility
- 20 m.
- 40 m.
- coral and sand
- Anemone, barracuda, shrimp, crab, wrasse, mediterranean moray or roman eel, trunkfish, blenny, snapper, trumpetfish, file fish
- Other recreation