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Morat Wall is a fantastic three miles long wall drift dive just to the south of the island Barbareta.

Name Dive Site:Morat Wall, Barbareta Wall
Depth: 39-98ft (12-30m)
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Morat Wall or Barbareta Wall is one of the most exciting dives in the Bay Islands. The five kilometer long offshore reef offers great drift diving. Due to its far distance from settlements and most dive operators this site has a healthy collections of large sponges, almost pristine communities of elkhorn and staghorn corals, as well as large outcrops of star, brain and plate corals.

The vertical wall is broken by numerous sand chutes and covered with large barrel, vase and rope sponges. Black coral dominate the depths. There is also a good chance to see large pelagic like nurse sharks, eagle rays, barracudas, tarpon and tuna. This dive is often done on a day trip to the Pigeon Cay's or another area of Barbareta, just west of Santa Helena, Roatan.



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Morat Wall is one of the most exciting dives in the Bay Islands. The 3 miles long offshore reef offers great drift diving. Due to its far distance from settlements and most dive operators this site has a healthy collection of large sponges, almost pristine communities of elkhorn and staghorn corals, as well as large outcrops of star, brain and plate corals. The vertical wall is broken by numerous sand chutes and covered with large barrel, vase and rope sponges. Black coral dominate the depths. There is also a good chance to see large pelagic like nurse sharks, eagle rays, barracudas, tarpon and tuna.




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