MV Mars is the wreck of a small wooden cargo vessel that sank during a storm in the April of 2006. Visibility tends to be limited on this site like most wrecks, but that adds to its charm. This wreck sits upright with its bottom resting at 15 meters and has become home to many varieties of cardinal fish, parrot fish and trigger fish. A nearby reef 10 meters away poses the opportunity for an extended dive if you’ve circumvented the wreck fairly quickly. Here you can catch batfish, sweetlips, sea horse and some cleverly camouflaged crocodile fish along the sandy bottom.
Distance from Havelock
North-west of Havelock
wreck, reef fish, snappers, fusiliers, sea horses, crocodile fish
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