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Marine Park

Sandy Bay Marine Park, Roatan Honduras

Sandy Bay West End Marine Park

The diving community on Roatan has taken a strong position when it comes to protecting the island’s natural resources. Luna Beach Resort is a contributing member of the Sandy Bay-West End Marine Park and we are actively involved in the conservation of Roatan’s marine life.

Antoine Pomerleau is the park’s manager – he can be reached at 349-4138 or by email at roatanmarinepark@yahoo.com. The park also has a website of it’s own: http://www.roatanmarinepark.com – drop by and see what they’re working on right now!

Effective November 14, 2005, dive shops operating within the Sandy Bay West End Marine Park will implement a US $10.00 user’s fee for every diver, but not required. In appreciation for your contribution, each diver will receive a dive tag or wrist band that will grant them diving access within the marine park for that calendar year.

Sandy Bay Marine Park

100% of the funds generated from the purchase of these dive tags will go to the marine park and help us continue our conservation efforts. Thank you for diving with us and helping to protect these incredible reefs for future generations.

Mission Statement

Sandy Bay Marine Park

Sandy Bay Marine Park“To protect and conserve the natural marine resources of Roatan while enhancing the environment and quality of life within the community through education, creative activity, and service”

Please visit our office in West End to find out more information about the Sandy Bay West End Marine Park. Top floor of the Blue Building, opposite the Church. Half Moon Bay

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