Rockys’ is a relatively larger reef compared to Busy Burro, that extends northwards from the point of descent from the mooring line. This dive site which houses twin reefs, is situated in the channel between Havelock and Neil island.
As the name suggests, the landscape is largely undulating and rocky.
One finds similar fish life here as Busy Burro. Following the reef’s edge leads to a cave like formation to the back of the first reef which houses large schools of glass fish that can put on quite a glittery show.
Depth: 15-21 mts
Distance: 5 kms
Location: North-East of Neil
Topography: Rocky Patch of Twin Reefs
Sightings: Reef fish, Napoleon Wrasse, Lobsters, Nudibranches