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Diving at dive site Eagle Ray Pass or Eagle Ray Passage
|Name Dive Site:||Eagle Ray Pass|
|Depth: ||0-40m (0-131ft)|
|Visibility: ||15-30m (49-98ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||lars, © Author: Lars Hemel|
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Eagle Ray Pass or Eagle Ray Passage is famous for its encounters with huge eagle rays. The narrow passage is officially named Byron's Passage and lies in the Planet Channel. It has a wall-like reef along its channel covered in soft coral, sponges and fans. The passage is created because of its two pinnacles at either side that create a high current channel where big pelagic action is to be expected. And so it does. You will see many huge barracuda, jacks, tuna, eagle rays and many type of reef sharks, all hunting for each other and other small fish. Bronze whaler have occasionally been seen as well.
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