Anse Amyot (Toau)

Small bay on the edge of the outer reef of Toau

15° 48.0939' S, 146° 9.1361' W
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Description dive spot:
Inside the bay, all corals have died and washed over with sand. Isolated are still the remains of the large coral blocks to see, where you can also see a variety of small reef fish. Mainly here are a lot of trumpet fish and surgeon fish, but also perch and triggerfish.
Unfortunately, we were not able to dive at the outer reef, because there was a high tide and thus a current into the open sea had to be feared. However, several dive centers go out to the outer reef, which means that this must be a good dive site with lots of fish...

Contributed by:
Alexander Schönleber

Last content update:
2006/07/10

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