This reef forms the Western border of Mossel Bay's main swimming beach. Depth ranges from 2-7m. A short boat ride leads to a beautiful garden of featherworms, sea fans, redbait, octopus and abundant schools of blacktail. On the edge of the reef, "Sanddollars" can be found. Please do not remove the live shells: we are only visitors in their world, their ocean is our responsibility.
THE "Santos" was wrecked in 1874. The ship was carrying furs & timber when it ran aground during a gale force South easterly wind. The wreck is mostly covered with sand. However, the mast, anchor and chain are still visible.
This reef is 8m deep. A short fun boat ride will enable you to discover the deeper side of the reef without running low on air! Orange sponges up to 3m in length, banks of sea grass and large red romans can be found.
This scattered, but beautiful reef, with large sponges that are visited regularly by red roman's, is lying in 22m-25m of water. This is a superb dive for the advanced diver who appreciates the macroscopic life on reefs. This reef is only accessible by boat, as it is also situated at Cape St. Blaize.