It's claimed as the best dive site on Roatan - and that might be true if you get a few shots at it. I say this because its a condition dependant dive more than any other. The north and south currents combine here to give the unique blend that brings in the Sargassum Trigger fish a small bluish blighter that is a real find. Pelagics do their thing enjoying the conditions and showing up here like horseye jacks and barracudas. Its a hard dive to get right as you may well need to do a reverse profile as you drift further out to sea at a deeper depth at the end of the dive. So those with computers feel safest in this scenario. I myself have been faced with a far off view of the Sargassum Triggers on the bottom at the end of a dive simply due to profile and not having enough non deco time remaining. Here you will be glad to have some Nitrox training and tank on your back if you can. The currents can also make this dive or break it depending on your experience, but having had a challenge it just makes you want to get back to it to see it differently, I never had the same dive twice here.