This is the other “shallow” , 23 metres plateau on Morane Bank and packed full of marine life. A huge shoal of yellow snapper is usually circling at the center of the plateau. The seabed mainly consists of low lying hard and soft corals on gravel and sand. There is usually a shoal of Batfish circling divers on the ascent. Sometimes they get very close! Turtle encounters are also common. Stingrays, Lionfish, Puffers, Nurse Sharks, Lobsters and Yellowmouth Maray Eels can be found under the coral pinnacles. This is an excellent reef for underwater photography.