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Diving at a dive site full of underwater ridges named Crocker Ridges
|Name Dive Site:||Crocker Ridges|
|Depth: ||19-68ft (6-21m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Southeast of Crocker Reef is an area famous for its 20 foot high coral ridges. These patch reefs create a white sand valley full of ridges running north south. It is great to dive along or in between the ridges and enjoying all its wildlife that inhabit the cracks and crevices. At the north edge of Crocker Reef are several Spanish Galleons to be found that wrecked in the 17th century full of silver and other high valued materials.
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