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1. Mt. Michel

Mooring depth: 95 feet (30m)
Maximum depth: 110 feet (35m)


This site was established in 1999.  The site was originally discovered by Michel Cleveau, who worked for Sea Saba in the late ’80s.  Mt. Michel is located south of the main plateau where two pinnacles rise to within 100 and 120 feet of the surface. The higher peak supports a dramatic vertical wall on one side with a gentler slope connecting it to the shallower peak. Look for passing game fish or the resident Hawksbill turtle who favors the large ledges created by the star and plate corals on this healthy, diverse substrate.  The Sunshinefish, not commonly seen since they live at greater depth, is usually spotted on this dive site!

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