The labyrinth of 10 foot coral and rock ridges just seaward of the mooring provide numerous nooks and crannies for shrimp, crab and lobsters while making it clear how this site was named Ladder Labyrinth. Heading east the labyrinth gives way to a more organized system of lava flows and sand chutes. Healthy populations of Filefish, and French Grunts and Spanish Grunts are the norm. NOt far from the mooring line, you can wam your hands in the "hot" sulphur-colored sand--evidence of the active status of the volcano that is Saba.

Ladder Labyrinth napkin-Heleen Cornet