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The Harbor Wall dive site offers an exploration of the wall and will be interesting for divers of all levels because at any depth (with the maximum of 25m/82ft) the Harbor Wall is teeming with marine life. In every crevices, nooks and crannies on the wall careful divers will find little creatures that will be amazing objects for marine photography. And closer to the sandy sea bed divers can discover sleeping angel sharks and rays. The dive site can be a fantastic spot for night diving as well.
When To Go Diving
The Harbor Wall offers year-round diving. The average water temperature in winter is 18-19C/64-66F, and during the summer the water temperature rises to 26C/79F.
What to see
Divers can see a wide variety of marine creatures everywhere along the wall and on the sandy bottom, including nudibranchs, sea urchins, sea horses, crayfish, crabs, shrimp, octopi, cuttlefish, groupers, sea bream, rays, and angel sharks, to name just a few.