The wrecks Emily and WaterLily

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The wrecks Emily and WaterLily

The wrecks Emily and WaterLily

Located at a depth of 25 metres, the two barges of Emily and WaterLily, sunk in the early 1980s, will delight visiting divers. Lying on the sand, the two wrecks attract a very large number of fish. Between the rays of light you can see circulate surgeons, yellow-mouthed morays and captain's benches. Shellfish and crabs have also taken up residence there. Little exposed to the currents, the dive site promises a quiet and peaceful immersion in the middle of the most beautiful fauna of the Indian Ocean.

Located at a depth of 25 metres, the two barges of Emily and WaterLily, sunk in the early 1980s, will delight visiting divers. Lying on the sand, the two wrecks attract a very large number of fish. Between the rays of light you can see circulate surgeons, yellow-mouthed morays and captain's benches. Shellfish and crabs have also taken up residence there. Little exposed to the currents, the dive site promises a quiet and peaceful immersion in the middle of the most beautiful fauna of the Indian Ocean.

Located at a depth of 25 metres, the two barges of Emily and WaterLily, sunk in the early 1980s, will ...

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Visibility
Excellent
Current
Almost nil
Required scuba diving level / certification
Level 1-2

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Diving World & Beachcomber Victoria

Mauritius | Indian Ocean
Diving World & Beachcomber Victoria

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Located between Port-Louis and Grand Bay, the Diving World Diving Centre will make you discover in a relaxed atmosphere the wonders of diving in Mauritius. Situated within the large Beachcomber Victoria ...

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The wrecks Emily and WaterLily