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This site is named after underwater photographer Carl Roessler and lies on the northwest tip of Klein Bonaire. The dramatic scenery makes this dive a photographer's dream. The main feature of the dive is the sheer wall that begins 20 yards offshore and drops to a sandy bottom at 70 feet. The face of the wall is covered with sponges and gorgonians and a seldom seen species called featherbush hydroid, which sits on the upper face of the wall filter feeding on the plankton that streams by. Barracudas and bar jacks are often seen here, as well as large schools of blue tangs.
Depth 20-100 feet (6-30 meters).