On the north side of Logan Reef, at 30 meters, there is a sandy plateau surrounded on its outer edge by a coral belt that reaches the surface.
During a detour into the blue water you can meet single specimens or even schools of hammerheads and gray reef sharks. After returning to the plateau, we continue the dive with the reef on the right side.
We are now on the eastern ridge of the reef, where we swim through clouds of fish that are absolutely unconcerned about our presence. On the bottom at a depth of 45 meters is a series of small plateaus richly covered with soft corals and gorgonians. Also here you can find different species of reef fish and schools of large bumphead parrotfish nibbling on corals. The reef wall drops steeply into the blue.
- Big fish: gray reef sharks, barracudas, mackerel, bumphead parrot fish
- No night dives possible
- Snorkeling possible at the mooring