Diving Green–Stripe Stakes
The green-striped stakes along the northwest border of the reef are over 30 metres in depth and widely separated, so they are only recommended as a dive for experts who are already experienced with the overall reef site. A yellow guide rope leads from the rocky ridge anchor site to the vee of black stakes marking the starting point. For the green-striped stakes, swim north from the black stakes, high above the top of the reef, and head down until you see the green striped stakes. Three stripes always designate the centre of the reef, changing to two stripes and then one stripe as you move to the outside of the reef. At the three-striped green stake, turn and orient toward the south to get the reef in view (look south, up toward the red-striped stakes on the top of the ridge) and shoot around the three green-striped stake. Then, move west to the two-striped stake, and then finally to the single-striped stake. After shooting around those stakes, start the ascent over the top of the reef, then surface a bit further south near the boat.