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 Sariot Ada

Turkey, Aegean, Turgutreis

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 36° 59.308' N
Longitude: 27° 13.45' E

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 Access

How? From shore

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Yellow Grass Island

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Excellent ( > 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- First dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Orientation
- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

English (Translate this text in English): Actually Sariot Ada is the wrong name for the dive site, because the dive site isn’t Sariot Ada but a reef a few hundred metres south of the island. Jagged tips of volcanic rock reach up to short above sea level. Underwater the rocky landscape goes down to about 30m, followed by gentle dropping sand ground. Between the rocks you will find the whole diversity of the marine life of the Aegean Sea.
Right next to the tips of the reef there is a quite shallow area with between 6-9m. But following the slope of the reef you will reach fantastic rocky scenery which is reaching down to about 30m. If you turn west now, you will find an ancient anchor. At that point it’s time to turn northeast, back to shallower waters and to the boat. Quit regularly you will meet groupers of considerable size, big moray eels and giant schools of barracudas. Big amberjacks may be seen as well.

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Sariot Ada
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Feb 20, 2014
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