Snapper's Alley

Site de plongée
Grèce

1 Avis
Poissons
Flore & Coraux
Difficulté

Conditions de plongée

Profondeur max
Courant
Visibilité

Quand partir ?

De Mai à Octobre

Poissons et espèces aperçues

Barracuda
Tortue
Mérou
Nudibranche
Poulpe
Murène
Poisson scorpion
Raie aigle
Raie pastenague
Crabe
Raie mobula
Dorade
Sar
Blennie
Castagnole
Corb
Denti
Saupe
Poisson-perroquet


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Blue Manta Diving & Aquanautic Club 08/01/2019

On the eastern boundaries of Kakava reefs, before water depth drops significantly, there is an area where Posidonia sea grass, rocks and sandy patches alternate. This is the place where colourful wrasses, brown meagres and all kinds of breams find shelter, whilst sea turtles and eagle rays are common visitors, but without a doubt the stars are the red snappers that are foraging around this alley, preying on schools of damselfish and parrotfish. This is probably the site more likely to spot a snapper especially from May to July, as they never fail divers in early morning dives. The average depth of the dive is 16 m, while the max is 22 m, appropriate for divers of all levels. The usual visibility is 25 m and temperature ranges between 23-25 °C in summer months. Occasionally a weak surface current may be encountered. Boat ride duration 7′.
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