A dive on Fridays actually covers two dive sites, Friday’s Rock and Friday’s Reef. Friday’s Reef is 7 to 12 meters and Friday’s Rock is 12 to 18 meters. Friday’s Rock is a large rock rising from 10 to about 18 meters. Plenty of marine life can be found on the rock itself, on the sandy areas, and on patch reefs, especially over the top of the rock where spectacular fish can be witnessed.
Large bass, schools of surgeonfish, angelfish and a huge number of damselfish swirl around. Triggerfish, lionfish, and scorpionfish are also common to the reef. Around the cracks and crevices of the rock and outer reefs is where octopus and mantis shrimp may be found. This famous fish-feeding station is a large boulder that provides photographers a chance to capture close-up shots of emperors, triggerfish, red bass, scorpionfish and surgeons.