Blue Bird Wreck

The Blue Bird wreck was sunk in 2002 outside Puerto de Mogán. Its presence on the sandy bottom attracts the local fauna, grunt fish, barracudas, rays and white trevallies and sometimes turtles as well.

On the sandy bottom at 45 meters depth there are no reefs nearby, so all the marine life is around the wreck, with garden eels all around. The Blue Bird is only 30 meters in length, but due to the depth this is never a problem. There are always large schools of roncadors, barracudas, rays, amberjacks, angel sharks, and a conger hidding inside. In summer also some turtles have been seen and hammerhead sharks as well.

At 45 meters, only those who are more experienced with a minimum of 100 dives can dive here.

Certification level:   Advance Open Water Diver
Prerequisite:   100+ logged dives!
Max depth:   45 meters
Current:   Sometimes, ocasionally strong
Rating:   4/5

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