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Just north of North Dry Rocks is another shallow patch of coral reef known as North North Dry Rocks.
|Name Dive Site:||Dry Rocks, North North|
|Depth: ||19-29ft (6-9m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Diving at the small and shallow reef of North North Dry Rocks is marked by three marking buoys named NN1, NN2 and NN3. Located just north of North Dry Rocks and even further north of the famous Christ of the Abyss, it is a dive site which is not often visited. Some boats stop here for their last dive of the day on their way back from Elbow Reef, but it is not often chosen as a final dive destination.
It is a perfect sheltered reef for snorkellers, photographers and divers who like large amounts of coloured marine life and coral. It is a reef that consists out of several coral ridges creating nice canyons in between. Tropical fish that are very common here are all types of angelfish (ie. queen, grey and French), neon gobies and yellowtails. There are star corals bigger than the size of a diver, bright orange elephant ear sponges and exploring macroscopic life is fun and divers, with many small creatures.
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