Ray Point at Night
Ray Point is one of the reasons why divers keep coming back to Belle Mare, named so because of the abundance of eagel rays in the area. In addition to the eagel rays, turtles can be found nestling behind the coral blocks and even on the soft corals themselves. Moray eels fill the gaps between the corals, while schooling snappers complete the picture.
Ray Point offers great subjects for both photos and video.
Divetime are using Ray Point for night diving because you can see large Spanish dancers, lobsters, feathered star fish, moray eels, lion fish, and a multitude of other tropical marine life.
Octopus, parrot fish, groupers, wrasses, sweetlips, angelfish, sergeant majors, trumpet and clown fish, moray eels, crayfish along with a wide variety of corals, sponges and sea anemones.