The Navy Pier is a photographer’s dream as it boasts a huge variety of marine life to delight every type of diver; those who love big impressive sights, and those who love the small stuff. The pier structure is a macro wonderland.
Nudibranches of all shape and colour, flat worms, scorpion fish, frog fish moray eel, toad fish, shrimp and octopus fill every nook and cranny. Cruising through the shadowy structure
are also big schools of snapper, trevally, barracuda, rabbit fish and fusiliers. We also see huge grouper, sea snakes and sharks; commonly grey nurse; reef and wobbegongs.
The structure is covered with soft corals and sponges that utilize the currents to feed and this attracts colourful reef fish, butterfly, angel, moorish idol and parrotfish.