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StanKase there?--Bonaire and Roatan

Hi, all! Just read a note mentioning StanKase was the forum's expert on fabulous snorkeling, so would love his input, too, if he's around. ---Bonaire endured a hurricane a year ago or so and wondering how it may have affected off shore snorkeling. We were there a year or so before the hurricane and found some good snorkeling, one site imparticular with fabulous coral, fish and stingrays. Might want to go back if it's still there.---Meanwhile, we're trying to find out how to do some off shore snorkeling on the south side of Roatan. Heard it was great off the shore of Coco View Resort, but don't really want to stay there. Are there entries on the south side, perhaps real close to Cocoview that StanKase or any other avid snorkeler would recommend? I posted this under Roatan, also, but didn't get responses on specific off shore entries in that location.

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