Our second dive with Dive Sint Martin was at The Bridge. This dive site was created when the Simpson Bay Bridge was replaced by a wider, higher bridge to accommodate a wider, higher mega yacht. The remains of the old bridge were dumped at this site and nature has taken over, providing a beautiful dive site. To enhance the dive site, a few boats have been scuttled nearby, attracting more coral and marine life.
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I learned at this dive site that capturing the contrast between the manmade structure and the natural formations and fish is great fun for me. I just love seeing nature take over.
Our dive included a few reef sharks, a puffer fish, and our dive guide found her fish-friend who is fascinated by her bubble blowing.
This was one of my all-time favorite dives. Dive Sint Maarten was a top-notch organization and provided a safe and fun experience.