Crossroads out from Noordhoek, about 1 ½ km South to South West. The dive spot is part of the Chelsea peninsula which seems to extend out past Suicide Reef to what is known as the Chelsea dive area and is one of the best of the deep dives.
Crossroads is in this area and was named due to the distinctive gouged out gullies which criss crossed the rock bottom, resulting in many dive-able and interesting gullies, caves and pinnacles.
The fish life is normally very active with many of the well known Eastern Cape reef fish as well as the ever shy seasonable Geelbek. Pyjama shark and other small species seem to enjoy this area and can be found packed in amongst the red bait pods and crevices.
A variety of rays have also been recently sighted and even a loggerhead turtle? An unusual visitor to this region.
The hard coral, ferms, brittle starfish and just the general colours are outstanding and the reef has withstood the ski boat anchors remarkable well.
Certainly a great spot, with plenty of surprises.
Unusual fish sightings are of special interest on this site.