Pinnacle looks like a big tower and rises from the depth to about 5 - 6 meters below the water surface. It is a very small reef, just a little bigger than the Habili Jaffar reef at St. John's.
The reef is colored with pink, yellow and red soft corals. The whole coral block is full of marine life, wherever you look. During the safety stop you can admire a few anemone sticks in the 5 - 6 m area.
Gold ribbon feliers pull predators such as tuna and due to the mostly strong current this place is a meeting point for hammerheads, white tip reef sharks and gray sharks.