Cominotto Anchor Reef
Location of Site:
Northwest of Cominotto island to the edge of the outer reef
Type of Dive: By boat
Sheltered from the South West winds but can be choppy
Average Depth: 18 metres
Maximum Depth: 36 metres
BSAC Sports Diver, PADI Open Water or equivalent.
This is a wall dive mainly created by big boulders, which underneath, have interesting holes and caverns where shade-loving creatures such as burrowing anemones and peacock worms hide. The site's name comes from the numerous anchors that have been snagged amidst the boulder reef and drop-off. Dentex chromis, bream and small patches of Posidonia can be found.