This sea mount rises from a sandy bottom. Its edge closest to shore is as shallow as 15 meters, but the side facing the open ocean probably plunges below 40 meters. Its large flat top is at seven meters, which makes a perfect place to hover during safety stop time. The pinnacle is best above 16 meters. There it is mostly covered with extremely dense, fine branching corals in multiple colors. Gigantic pink Cabbage coral approach three meters in diameter. Purple vase sponges rise profusely above about ten meters depth.
Diver hovers over Cabbage Coral at Sunken Island