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THREE SISTERS

Average Depth : 8 metres

Max. Depth : 15 metres

Features : Nudibranchs, inverterbrates and sponges swarm the area and the ledges and crevices are a fantastic exploration playground.  Ragged tooth sharks are often present.

THE SS KING CADWALLON

Average Depth : 5 metres

Max. Depth : 8 metres

Features :  The British screw steamer, the King Cadwallon  collided with rocks in off the Esplanade on the 11th September 1929, and finally rested on shore after burning out.  Interestingly, she caught alight approx. 11 km's off Durban and was abandoned.  She continued drifting for 41 days in total until resting in East London.  All that remains are remnants and the boilers are still pretty much intact.  Tropical fish are common in the area.

SMALL PIER

Average Depth : 6 metres

Max. Depth : 10 metres

Features :  Colourful marine life blanket this site and night dives are common enhancing the beautiful colours.

THE BOULDERS

Average Depth : 8 metres

Max. Depth :  10 metres

Features : Easy entry through mermaid's pool in calm conditions and ragged tooth sharks are a common sight.

NAHOON BAY

Average Depth : 10 metres 

Max. Depth : 18 metres

Features : The pinnacles, ledges and spectacular tropical fish make an enjoyable dive.

GONUBIE POINT

Average Depth :  5 metres

Max. Depth : 10 metres

Features :  Entry and exit are really basic and as is common on this coastline, the sponges and inverterbrate life are abundant

WAGON WHEELS

Average Depth : 10 metres

Max. Depth :  30 metres

Features : Pinnacles and caves.  Reef fish are common and sponges, basket stars and corals are in abundance.

QUEENBURY BAY

Average Depth : 12 metres

Max. Depth : 30 metres

Features :  Caves, gullies and overhangs house sponges and sea fans, and reef fish plentiful.

NAHOON REEF

Average Depth : 10 metres

Max. Depth : 12 metres

Features :  An abundance of caves home to parrotfish along with many other large fish.  Ragged tooth sharks are spotted so be on the lookout!

 
 

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