Sargassum seaweed in Barbados. As someone who snorkels all the time, I thoroughly enjoy swimmin by fish that are enjoying the sargassum. At browne's beach I am seeing so much more juveniles...at first i thought it was just a few juveniles relocating to enjoy some bush life...but now the sargassum seems to have benefited biomass in the area. There are not just more juveniles in the sargassum covered areas, but the surrounding areas have more fish too...It's standard for much of browne's beach (very near to shore) to look totally barren, but now that there is a bit of sargassum on the seabed it is startin to how it is SUPPOSED TO...alive.I may get stoned for this, but i'm liking the sargassum more n more...I mean the long beach turtle incident was horrid, the seaweed is hurtin tourism...mashing up the livelihoods of countless fishers in the region etc...but i guess there is a touch of beauty in every ugly situation. Maybe this will cause a boom for the fisheries sector after it tapers off...who knows?!