Bali Dive Sites: Pemuteran Biorock
Muck Dive Sites – Pemuteran Biorock
Pemuteran Biorock Artificial Reefs
Much has been written about the use of low-level electricity to speed up coral growth (and perhaps provide more tolerance for increased water temperatures, thereby avoiding future coral bleaching) on these metal ‘structures’. Leaving the technology to one side, it has created an interesting dive location!
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Diving is straight off the beach and as, the water is generally warm (27-29°C), flat and calm with next to no current, it is suitable for even the most beginner diver – and snorkellers. That said, visibility can be low (as low as 10m) however a comparatively small location it doesn’t really affect your diving. December to March can be wavy.
The artificial reefs sit on white sand and provide homes for Signal gobies, eels, small rays, lionfish, frogfish and scorpionfish including Leaf scorpionfish. We have also seen Pegasus seamoths and Finger dragonets here. The structures themselves have hard and soft corals, sea fans, tunicates, sponges and more.