Written by . Posted in Reefs on 29 December 2013.
Hot 8578 hits 0 favoured

Crabby Anchors

 
This site is literally littered with old ship anchors. Crabby anchors is a shallow rock reef at about 10 metres deep. In the summer there are plenty of triggerfish swimming around, but throughout the year there are large groups of bream populating the site. There is also a high frequency of spider crabs and octopus here, as well as a resident spiny Lobster; but it is always fun to try and see how many anchors you can find here. Up to this point we have found 14 different anchors, with the oldest dated back to about 200 years.
 
 
 
 
 
Skill Level Required:
Discover Scuba Diver
 
 
 
 
 

Book your dives now

 
 

Author:

Powered by CjBlog
The cart is empty
385,00 € each Rescue Diver
45,00 € each Skin Diver Course