Two and Two-thirds, Australia

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COMPUTER DIVE

Quite a strong current at this site, we were right on the corner of the reef so that could explain it. It also explained the amazing number of fish around. Swimming along the wall seemed to be thousands of trevally and other pelagics, while the reef itself was teeming with angelfish, anthias, butterflyfish, and the ubiqitous damselfish. Coral was in good shape with some very large areas of staghorn coral and a few lonely brain corals. The current helped in the end as the return to the boat was more of a cross-legged drift than a swim!