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 Eagle's Nest

Burma, Mergui Archipelago

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 9° 51.657' N
Longitude: 97° 52.213' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

English (Translate this text in English): Typically accessed by liveaboard boat doing a Mergui Archipelago cruise. Most boats are based in Thailand.

How? By boat

Distance Live-aboard

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Max depth 35 m / 114.8 ft

Current Don't know

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

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Dive type

- Sharks
- Big fishes
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Dangerous species

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

English (Translate this text in English): The reef gradually slopes down to the east of the two smaller islands immediately east of Western Rocky Island, finishing at a depth of around 35m. The character of the dive is different to Western Rocky Island itself. Entry can be near the 2 small islands, or straight into deeper water to the east of them. Highlights are giant sea fans, occasional zebra sharks, octopus, schools of snapper, anemones and corals. Stingrays may be seen deep at the eastern end of the reef. It is best to finish the dive by returning back to the two small islands, and perhaps even swim across the channel to Western Rocky Island itself if you have enough time and gas. A school of sawtooth barracuda is often seen here.

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