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Diving at dive site Flynn Reef
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Flynn reef is one of the last reefs you will encounter as sailing outwards into the Pacific Ocean. With a size of over 2 kilometers, it has many dive sites suiting all levels. Flynn reef has exciting wall dives, interesting swim-throughs, small caves, crevasses and overhangs. It has plenty of hard and soft coral such as staghorn, table, boulder and plate coral. It has many fish as well, such as parrotfish, pufferfish, butterflyfish, angelfish and fusiliers. But also bigger species, such as wrasse, turtles, trevally, mackerel, barracuda and reef sharks. Clams, nudibranches and octopus are also some of the common inhabitants of this reef.
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