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Champagne Reef

Dominica, West Indies - April 08 - 12, 2007

Undersea volcanic gasses seep through the ocean floor at Champagne Reef along the western shore of Dominica producing the most amazing bubbles that percolate up to the surface. It's no wonder the area is named Champagne Reef. Some of the gasses are cold but the occasional hot vent can be found and sea life is plentiful in the nutrient rich waters. the best way to explore this place is by SCUBA diving.

Bubbles of volcanic gas coming up through the rocks, sand & coral.
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It really is like swimming in a giant glass of champagne.
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