When the divers first discovered Roatan's west end there were but a few palm trees church and huts. Arguably Roatan's hot spot West End village is a must experience if you spend any decent time here. I chose this video to give you flavour of the relaxed vibe you get while enjoying Roatan.
El Aguilla (The Eagle in English) a dual deck cargo ship of 230 feet in length. The dive is 110 ft max depth. It was sunk in 1997 intact but huricane mitch just a year later October 1998 ripped it in 3 despite it being 80ft underwater.
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There is nothing quite like the view you can get from aerial video. UAV's or drones are becoming a popular tool for vlogging and for professional videographers and photographers.
In this one we get to see in detail some of the properties you can stay in in west bay. Also you can see the dive shop boats that line the pristine beach here. It has an inofensive country tune. It's really worth watching all the way to the end you can see the dive boats on west end dive sites as they go diving on sites such as TEXAS. There are some underwater shots too. This took some time to edit and the result is a nice film of Roatan.
One of the best ways to see if a roatan diving vacation is for you is to take a look at some videos. Do remember that the visibility is generally good and the low visibilities may be due to excessive finning over the sandy bottom.