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Underwater Photo Location: Black Rock

Underwater Photo Location: Black Rock

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Black Rock,

An outcrop dropping like stairs to over 70m (220 feet).

It's a wall dive site and deep dives are part of the menu !
Whale sharks are there, as they are in Thai waters, Manta rays, Grey reef sharks, Leopard sharks, Eagle rays, and sometimes Bowmouth guitarfish.

Wall down to 220 feet

Live-aboard boat from Phuket or Ranong

Variable from 10-50 metres

Variable, often strong. Over 3 knots for the spring equinox tides (march)

Good and colorful, some ghostpipefish.

Fantastic, very exciting; sharks, rays, "A Must" saee dive site

Great diving. Shark's everything possible


Facts about Black Rock
  • It is in Myanmar (Burma)
  • Black Rock is in the Andaman Sea.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwall

Marine Life
bigsmallsharkscoral

Diving facilities
airhireinstructionguidedfriendly


by Patrick Neumann
ALBINO SCORPION taken with Canon 400D+60mm macro lens

by Adriano Trapani
OK, the guy is not swimming at the moment of the picture YET he was going up and down the coral whip like a yo-yo on steroids! In the end I've got him!

by Patrick Neumann
scorpion in motion

by Ponnie J
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