A wreck dive on El Vencedor, a tuna trawler that sunk in the early eighties after hitting the reef, becoming an artificial reef surrounded by sand and… sharks! Experienced divers only! Since a few years ago, it’s become home to bull sharks, swimming peacefully around, and two huge resident schools of yellow snapper and graybar grunt. Here we see schools of hundreds of puffer fish (!), huge moray eels and thousands of garden eels. In October and November the sardine-track changes this dive site into a fish soup. Especially with clear waters without current it’s an ideal site on 40-45 feet.