This is a popular dive site in the Raja Ampat region for divers looking to see pelagic fish. The site gets its name from the clear blue waters around the pinnacle and the large numbers of pelagic fish making it a magical place to dive. The site is in between Kri Island and Waisai Island and the pinnacle does not break the surface of the ocean.
The start of the pinnacle under water is at about 7 metres and the vertical drops of the walls go down to around 30 metres. Visibility is normally above 15 metres and can reach a maximum of 20 metres. Most of the pelagic fish come to the area to be cleaned but they also feed in this spot. As can be expected with pelagic fish dive sites, the current is very strong, but at the lower parts of the dive, the current is not as strong.
The site has a large variety of biodiversity and divers should look out for the many different species in this one area. What may appear to be thousands of butterfly fish may actually be many different species. The pelagic fish include many different species of jack fish, manta rays, tuna, and different reef sharks. There are large schools of sweetlips and barracuda as well. Grey reef sharks are common here as well as white tip reef sharks and black tip reef sharks. Divers have also regularly spotted Oceanic Manta Rays swimming out in the deep blue.