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The Northeast coast of North Seymour Island, is a very good place for sharks and large pelagic fish, sea lions, stingrays, eagle rays, moray eels and many fish attracted by the current. The sea bottom is very steepy, with some platforms and small caves where white tip reef sharks and sea turtles usually rest. It is important to stay with the partner and avoid separated from the group, since the currents can be medium to strong, especially in the most extreme point of the route. The exit in this dive is in open ocean, so it is recommended to strictly follow the buddy system.

Water temperature 18 °c – 29°c
Depth Range 15 m - 25 m
Degree of Difficulty Intermediate to Advanced
Current / Surge -
Visibility 10 m - 20 m
Entry Exit Corrent

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