Îlot Motuea (Tahaa)

Small island with sand plateau in front of it

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16° 36.355' S, 151° 33.504' W
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Description dive spot:
In front of the island is a sand plateau with a depth of about 1.5 meters. Then sloping to about 40 meters. Little to see, since only a few small corals are available. Little fish. On the plateau there are rays (gray rays and eagle rays) that come very close to you, as they are believed to be fed. But turn off quickly if you ignore it.

Contributed by:
Alexander Schönleber

Last content update:
2007/02/20

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