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Unnamed Reef
Island Name : Oahu
Dive Zone : North
Depth : 60-70 feet
Access : Boat / Shore
Location : North Shore
Visibility : 50-100 feet
Level : Intermediate - Advanced
Sealife : Lobster, Tiger Cowries, Tritons Trumpets, Whitetip Reef Sharks, Blacktip Reef Sharks, Crown-of-thorn
Water Temperature : 70/75 F, 21/24 C from November to April
75/80 F, 24/27 C from May to October
Around the corner from Ka'ena Point and just past Army Beach, is a site a half to one mile offshore, that has yet to be given a name. Unnamed Reed is a series of ledges running perpendicular to the shoreline with channels of sand in between. This cluster of small caverns, at about 60 to 70 feet, is home to a variety of crustaceans and shells - including Triton's Trumpets. Beware, where Tritons can be found, rest assured there is a community of the poisonous crown-of-thorns sea stars. Several sharks have been sighted resting in the caves, including Whitetips and Blacktips. This dive is for the experienced diver only - and, of course, is normally inaccessible during the winter months.

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