“Not bad” our guest Susanne Raetz later commented after snorkeling in the Bay Coraya. A piece of blue cord covered in seaweed-covered floated by her mask. A couple of Butterfly Fish were already hard at work to eating the algae and seaweed. When she tried to put the piece of string in her pocket to dispose of later on land, she discovered a second brown cord that turned out to be Thorny Seahorse on closer inspection.
She handed the cord together with the seahorse to one of our Divemasters who brought the seahorse to a protected portion of the house reef. Now, the seahorse is waiting to be discovered by our guests on the next dive.