Sam Ran Pinnacles

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Average Depth: 18m (60ft)
Maximum Depth: 24m (80ft)

Hin Sam Ran is a series of underwater pinnacles that resembles South West in size and structure. It is made up of a central pinnacle descending down to 30m on one side and with an average depth of 22-24m on the other.
The main pinnacle is covered with lost fishing nets that provide cover for schools of snappers, emperors and bait fish. Look out for whale sharks that make their way along the pinnacles from South West down to Sail Rock and also occasionally Manta Rays that have been spotted in the area.

At the deeper areas look for big groupers and the shy Leopard Sharks that like to lie on the bottom.