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 Fathers reef

Papua New Guinea, New Britain

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Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 4° 56.263' S
Longitude: 150° 54.245' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

English (Translate this text in English): Kimbe Bay is part of the global center of marine diversity called the Coral Triangle. Supporting 76 percent of the world’s coral species, this area's rich waters are among the world's most precious. The Nature Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas (MPAs) in the Coral Triangle designed to incorporate both human needs and principles of coral reef resilience to withstand impacts from climate change.

How? By boat

Distance Live-aboard

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 50 m / 164 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Excellent ( > 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

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- Wall
- Reef

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- Marine biology
- Photography

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- Depth

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English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

English (Translate this text in English): Razor Fishes, Batfish, Corals, Seafans, Clownfish

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Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea

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Papua New Guinea

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