Moray reef Dive Site

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Moray Reef is the home of ‘GEORGE’ the semi tame giant Moray – “not to be confused with his not so tame grandfather further along the same reef!”

The top reef covered in hard and soft corals drops off to 30m. George is usually to be found at around 22m inside a rocky outcrop of coral with many holes.

This particular area of coral is incredibly busy and you could probably spend an entire dive, depending on the current, inspecting George’s territory letting him get to know you and perhaps get some great interaction on camera.

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A must for any serious diver. Huge amount of marine life at the entrance of the cave.

Manta rays are often spotted here.

Whale sharks, dolphins and manta rays can be spotted here.

Deep dive site and 2 meters black corals.

Canyon with numerous swimthroughs.

Seeing the larger fish combined with the fine corals make Stork Passage a very good sive site.

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