, if you would like to give Greatest Dive Sites permission, only by request, to upload dive items to your FaceBook account and visa versa.
Diving at dive site Blind Reef or Shabrour Siyul south of Siyul Island
|Name Dive Site:||Blind Reef or Shabrour Siyul|
|Depth: ||10-20m (32-65ft)|
|Visibility: ||10-25m (32-82ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
Send us your images for this dive site[Add Image][Add Movie]
South of Siyul Island is an isolated oval shaped reef named Blind Reef or Shabrour Siyul. It is also known as Blind Reef because the reef is completely out of sight below the surface and the area is a very busy one with dive boats. Take care before surfacing. The reef runs from east to west with winds and currents often coming from the north. Dive boats often moor at the sheltered south side and transport divers to the north with small motorboats. From there it is easy to make a very nice drift dive across nice walls, coral bommies and shallow caves with sleeping sharks. Turtles, glassfish, triggerfish and angelfish are present in the caves and overhangs. Tuna, jacks, but also soft corals, black corals, seawhips and fire coral can be found at the north western plateau as well.
Messages from readers:
Divelogs from members:
To add a divesite, please login or subscribe.
Take a look at all the pictures!