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Charred Reef

Average depth: 23m

Maximum depth: 36m

At Charred Reef, rock formations foram a wall small ledges and gullies with sand patches surrounding the rocky reef. White kingfish roam this area and are keen in inspecting new visitors. Devil firefish were seen floating in the gullies together with Redfang triggerfish. Moorish idols and snappers were just a few of the tropical fish seen on this reef. Different sizes and types of Nudibranchs are commonly found on the reef between the coral, of which Polyp coral, Dead-man’s finger coral, sea urchins and Whip coral in different colours can be seen.

Dive site information taken from "The Dive Spots Of Southern Africa".
 
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