Built in 1873, Edithburgh Jetty is 170 m/557 ft long and 12 m/39 ft wide, and it is considered to be the most popular dive on the Yorke Peninsula, at 250 km/155 mi in the west of Adelaide, providing with unlimited scuba diving and underwater photography.
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Scuba Diving in Flying Reef, Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago
If you are seeking diving holidays, then you should start thinking of Tobago, as it provides world-class diving. This amazing island boasts more than 60 dive sites from gently sloping reef dives to drift dives, with about 300 different coral species and a vast number of colorful fish. Flying Reef is one of the most popular dive sites on Tobago. It is located off the Atlantic coast, close to the airport.
The spot has an average depth of 6 m/20 ft and a maximum depth of 15 m/50 ft. With three basic drop points, divers should attempt several dives to fully explore it. The dive site is inhabited by a wide variety of reef fish, such as stingrays, triggerfish, parrotfish, moray eels, butterfly fish, angelfish and turtles. The location also features a large old anchor, where schools of fish can be seen.
Keep in mind that the area is often affected by strong currents. Visibility is medium and varies from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft. Flying Reef is appropriate for intermediate divers. Last but not least, it is advisable not to walk on the reefs or touch the coral formations.
How to Get to Destination
The island is not accessible by train.
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