The Catuán sunk on December 12, 2006, down to a depth of about 18 meters (60 feet). The 33-meter (108-foot) tugboat developed into a beautiful marine habitat of coral gardens and large schools of small tropical fish, making it a great spot for advanced divers to explore.

Scuba Diving + Snorkeling

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Diving in Boca Chica

Forty minutes east of Santo Domingo, Boca Chica’s large bay is home to the majority of marine life thriving on the island of Hispaniola: corals, sponges, octopuses, reef fish, crustaceans, starfish, seahorses, and sole fish.

Boca Chica, Santo Domingo

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