Mogan Wrecks

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Mogan Wrecks

Mogan Wrecks

The Morgan Wrecks is a divesite with two shipwrecks at 21m and only 40m apart. You can dive both wrecks which were sunk in 2002. The Cermona II is the more interesting and the more photogenic of the two. It is 32m in length and visitors can dive along the bridge, hold on to the rails and even have a look into the engine room.

 
You'll be able to see crustaceans and parrotfish as well as the famous 'roncadores' which is a huge compact ball of schools of fish

The Morgan Wrecks is a divesite with two shipwrecks at 21m and only 40m apart. You can dive both wrecks which were sunk in 2002. The Cermona II is the more interesting and the more photogenic of the two. It is 32m in length and visitors can dive along the bridge, hold on to the rails and even have a look into the engine room.

 
You'll be able to see crustaceans and parrotfish as well as the famous 'roncadores' which is a huge compact ball of schools of fish

The Morgan Wrecks is a dive site with two shipwrecks at 21m and only 40m apart. You can dive both ...

Other information

Depth
  • Maximum 20
Visibility
15 - 30m
Current
Light
Required scuba diving level / certification
Level 1
Fauna
  • Parrotfish

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