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Silver Star (Wreck)

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Silver Star is a shipwreck in the North of Mauritius flooded in 1992 to form an artificial reef. The average depth of the site is 22m/72ft, with maximum at 39m/127ft.

When To Go Diving

The best time for diving is the period from mid-October to mid-May, when the water temperature is about 26—28C/78F-82F.

What to see

The wreck is located approximately 2 km/1.2miles from the coast. The interesting fact about this site is that the ship stands on its stern. In various places of the wreck there is a different marine fauna.

Reviews about Silver Star (Wreck)

The wreck is lying half on the sandy bottom, half
The wreck is lying half on the sandy bottom, half on the reef. First time I saw the wreck in such turquoise clear water, the visibility was just excellent! The marine life is impressive as well, barracudas, angel fish, scorpion fish, etc... It's a haven for those divers who are searching for wreck diving and marine beauty all in one :) Lili
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