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Dive Type: Boat Dive Depth: 2 - 30m Diver Qualification: Advanced Diver

Thunderbolt reef is situated at noordhoek and has a dramatic topography with huge boulders.deep gullies and drop offs
Hard and soft coral are abundant and basket stars are found draped on seafans


Specie List for Dive site: (PE-WS)-Thunderbolt
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Acanthistius sebastoides (Common koester)
Aegires sp (Knobbly nudbranch)
Allopora nobilis (Noble coral)
Anthostella sp. (Dwarf spotted anemone)
Anthostella stepensoni (Violet spotted anemone)
Aplidium circulatum (White mushroom ascidian)
Aplidium spp1 (Orange mushroom ascidian)
Astrocladus euryale (Basket star)
Austrofromia schultzei (Granular starfish)
Bornella adamsi (Dragon nudibranch)
Botrylloides magnicoecus (White collar ascidian)
Callyspongia sp-2 (Grey spiky tube sponge)
Capnella spp (Grey cauliflower coral)
Chromodoris heatherae-1 (Red spotted dorid)
Clavelina sp (Bluebell Tunicate)
Congiopodus torvus (Smooth horse fish)
Distaplia skoogi (Snowball ascidian)
Eunicella tricoronata (Sinuous sea fan)
Euphrosine capensis (Plumb bristleworms)
Hypselodoris capensis-1 (White cape dorid)
Janolus capensis (Silvertip nudibranch)
Melibe rosea (Cowled Nudibranch)
Patiriella dyscrita (Granular cushion starfish)
Phakellia sp (Grey fan sponge)
Pleurobranchaea bubala (Warty pleurobranch)
Polyclinum isipingense (Isipingense ascidian)
Pseudoceros sp3 (Maroon striped flatworm)
Reteporella lata (Scollaped lacy false coral)
Spirastrella sp (Orange wall sponge)
Sycozoa spp-2 (Orange fan ascidian)
Tambja capensis (Black nudibranch)
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eastern cape scuba diving