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2019-04-18

Administration and volunteers set up anchor floats for visitors to use

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In recent years, many visitors like to go to Little Liuqiu to do snorkeling. However, when the boats go out to the seas, as they set anchors, they might damage coral reefs.

Thus, Dapeng Bay National Scenic Area Administration and Little Liuqiu Ocean Volunteers have just established anchor floats at six snorkeling points for boats use, so as to protect coral reefs.

The six points are: Shanfu Fishery Port, Duoziping Fort, Wanhai Pavilion of the Beauty Cave, Shanzhu Ditch (the middle section) of Haban Bay, the old west fishery port of Dafu, and a nearby area of Houshi Port.

Positioning of anchor floats:
Shanfu Fishery Port N 22˚20.566 E120˚21.613
Duoziping Fort N 22˚21.082 E120˚21.858
Wanhai Pavilion of the Beauty Cave N 22˚21.306 E120˚22.370
the old west fishery port of Dafu N22˚19'473 E120˚22'234(22.329826,120.373192)
Houshi Port N22˚19'373 E120˚22'161(22.327044,120.371157)
Shanzhu Ditch (the middle section) of Haban Bay N22˚20'254 E120˚21'541

Visitors are encouraged to utilize this service to help to protect ocean ecology.

The floats look like cakes - the LED lights look like candles.The floats look like cakes - the LED lights look like candles.(Photo Taken From: Little Liuqiu Ocean Volunteers)

Administration and the Little Liuqiu Ocean Volunteers set up anchor floats together.Administration and the Little Liuqiu Ocean Volunteers set up anchor floats together.(Photo Taken From: Little Liuqiu Ocean Volunteers)

Number of Visitors:347 Last Update: 2019-04-22
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