Hin Muang

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Today, 15. December 2019
12:00-18:00

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29 °C

Tomorrow, 16. December 2019
12:00-18:00

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28 °C

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88.6 km North

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Hin Muang The twin outcrops to the west of Hin Daeng are referred to as Hin Muang, which means “purple rock” in Thai. The outcrops are totally submerged, and are covered with purple soft coral, hence the site name. The outcrops are long and narrow, reminiscent of loaves of French bread. There are several pinnacles, with drop-offs stretching down to the sandy bottom at 45 mt to 60 mt. The drop-offs around Hin Muang are rich with marine life and covered by soft corals, gorgonian sea and black corals. There are two mooring lines easily spotted at Hin Muang. One is at the west, near the channel where there’s a split in the rocks at 14 mt. The other is located at the pinnacle on the western side of the dive site, in a shallow, eight-metre deep area covered by anemones. To the east of this mooring buoy, there are a number of pinnacles at around 12 tm to 16 mt depth. Nearby is another mooring line, tied off at a depth of 22 mt, where the bottom is a mix of sand and rocks. More information in English and German language

http://www.kolantadivingcenter.com

Es ist ein Schönes Foto von Frank Schneider "Kiss a Shark" auf dem Tauchplatz "Hin Muang".

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