Scuba diving in Blanchisseuse Rocks

From Boat
Average: 65.6 ft
Maximum: 82 ft
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
The water visibility is generally best from October through the end of May. Diving at this site is possible for novice and experienced divers. To get to Blanchisseuse Rocks requires a long distance boat ride.

When to go

The average air temperature ranges between 24-29C/75-84F. The water temperature is around 28C/82F from January to March and 26C/78F from July to September. The average depth of the site is 23m/75ft.

What to see

At the location divers can explore coral covered granite rocks and see giant moray eels, schooling bat fish, reef fish, hump-head parrotfish, napoleon wrasses, turtles, anemones, clownfish, schooling big-eye snappers, schooling yellow snappers, octopus,reef sharks, stingrays, eagle rays, schooling lesser barracudas, giant groupers, lionfish, scorpion fish, schooling fusiliers, lobsters and a long lost coral encrusted giant anchor with chain.

Reachable from

Baie Chevalier

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