from the wreck of the Patti, on Thunderbolt reef. Sharp needle like pinnacles are scattered around the dive site. At the beginning of the reef is a big sunken sand patch, with gullies spreading out in different directions. With a little bit of imagination this feature resembles a fort.
During the summer months, large male “Raggies” patrol the sand patch. Due to the narrow gullies and number of sharks in close proximity, this can turn out to be a real exhilarating dive. Some of the pinnacles come up to 2m from the surface. This can create an occasional break and strong surge. It is best to dive this site on a calm day.
Specie List for Dive site: (PE-WS)-Fort Raggie
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