Scuba diving in Twin Barges Wreck

From Boat
Average: 82 ft
Maximum: 114.8 ft
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
Twin Barges Wreck is located near Mahe Island and is best suited for CMAS*/OW divers. These two barges were sunk on purpose at the foot of the Corsair Reef in 1989 by the Association of Professional Divers of Seychelles. Over the years these barges have become heavily encrusted with hard corals, fan corals and sponges and now shelter an abundant marine life. Since currents are low to none night dive here is also available.

When to go

The best conditions for diving this site are April - May and October - November. The average annual air temperature in this area is around 25C/77F. The average water temperature ranges from 26C/78F to 30C/86F. The average depth of the site is 25m/82ft with water visibility of around 10-30 m/32-98ft.

What to see

Divers get a chance to observe puffer fish, porcupine fish, lionfish, octopus, scorpion fish, stonefish, crocodile fish, moray eels, golden trevally, leaf fish, jackfish, catfish, stingrays, sweet lips, parrot fish and pipe fish.

Reachable from

Beau Vallon

Liveaboards with trips to Twin Barges Wreck

Dive center`s Special Offers

  • Beau Vallon Big Blue Divers

    10 Boat Dives (Full Equipment Rental)

    1 dive with normal distance trip
  • Beau Vallon Big Blue Divers

    20 Boat Dives (Standard Equipment Rental)

    20 Boat dives

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