This year my diving in Madeira was interrupted because of catching Covid 19. Afterwards, I slowly returned to diving by doing shallower shore dives on the Madeira Divepoint Home Reef. As a result, I saw some fascinating marine life that I haven't come across on deeper dives, like the baby Slipper Lobster above that was on the roof of a swim through.

On a deeper dive to T-Reef, I took one in a million photo of a female Red Hogfish and a Black Moray eel sharing the same cleft in a rock; an unusual and unlikely pairing!

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Night Diving on Madeira Divepoint Home Reef



Madeira Divepoint Home Reef


Wreck of the Alfonso

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