The base of the buoy is located 30 meters, or you can go down the wall at a small indentation. When you reach the bottom, you will encounter scattered rocks and debris. Holding the left wall and explore the numerous ravines that are home lobsters, moray eels and even some red coral colonies. On the tip that borders the bay of the dragon the experts can get down to 40 meters where there are scattered blocks covered with red gorgonians. Continuing along the wall, beyond the tip, you will encounter a large expanse of rocks among which we could see groupers and snappers. Going up to a depth of 15-18 meters you start the return following the wall until you see, on the right a roof that extends diagonally up to 9 m. Continuing we reach a large boulder square that we will use as a reference back to the buoy.