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 Dredger Wreck

Seychelles, Inner Islands, Mahe Island

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Latitude: 4° 36.811' S
Longitude: 55° 23.933' E

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English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

English (Translate this text in English): The shortest trip is by boat from Beau Vallon Bay

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck
- Deep
- Big fishes

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Dangerous species

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The Dredger Wreck is the actual DREDGER. It lays on its side. No penetration is usually possible (no entry points). Maximum depth around the wreck is appr. 25 m, but diving centers state it as 27 m.

A large shoals of the Yellow Snapper are usually observed around.

Possibilities to see pepper and snow-flake morays, Stone and Scorpion fihes (I found 3 including 1 juvenile).

The large fish comes out from the blue to feed on the smaller one at the wreck.

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