Events.

The Coral World Park conducts regular reef diving with a limited number of participants to replace damaged corals and in some cases, clean up garbage.

The massive corals are the slowest growing species, adding between 5 and 25 millimeters (0.2–1 inch) per year to their length. Branching and staghorn corals can grow much faster, adding as much as 20 centimeters (8 inches) to their branches each year. Coral reefs grow best in warm water (70–85° F or 21–29° C). As years pass, there are more breakthru technology to enable the corals to grow faster and replenish reefs.

All coral planting events have been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CWP DIVE TEAM 2021

Events.

The Coral World Park conducts regular reef diving with a limited number of participants to replace damaged corals and in some cases, clean up garbage.

The massive corals are the slowest growing species, adding between 5 and 25 millimeters (0.2–1 inch) per year to their length. Branching and staghorn corals can grow much faster, adding as much as 20 centimeters (8 inches) to their branches each year. Coral reefs grow best in warm water (70–85° F or 21–29° C). As years pass, there are more breakthru technology to enable the corals to grow faster and replenish reefs.

All coral planting events have been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.