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Bill's Bump is a great sandy dive site with coral encrusted boulders and coral gardens.
|Name Dive Site:||Bill's Bumps|
|Depth: ||2-22m (6-72ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||darryl|
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Bill's Bumps is located on the west side of the Island of Fahal. To the east is the gentle sloping coral wall, which runs downwards from around 6m to 12m. Following this wall northward you will see some large boulders on your right, where its depth drops to around 15m. Following this direction around the rock head, you continue in a northerly direction finding some large rocks to your right and left and a small drop-off. The sea bed now drops eastwards to a sandy bottom of 22m. Turn round and head back past the mooring buoy where you will see some nice table coral. Hug the right hand edge of the coral and follow this along, you will see that the bottom begins to drop away. Follow this drop off descending to around 18m and keep your eyes open as it is a popular place for rays. At the end of this short wall ascend up to 10m and follow the coral back to the boat. This reef is highly populated with fish.
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