Liveaboard Diving in Burma

Macca Tee (McCarthy)

Dive Site Macca Tee
Site Layout:
Limestone boulders and canyons, great for macro
Diving depth:
Surface to 30m+
Around 20m
Generally relatively flat through the season. Surface currents can be strong
Site access:

Named after a long and confusing conversation with our captain trying to discover the whereabouts of this mysterious dive site, Macca Tee has become a very popular site if large waves cause problems on the 'Twins'. To the south of McCarthy (Macca Tee) Island, this large rock and canyon provide some very interesting diving. The scenery itself is fascinating here as the limestone islands have collapsed over the millennia leaving a rubble field between the rock and island. Between these rocks you will often find Oriental, Andaman, and Silver Sweetlips as well as Brown Marbled Grouper. Again, a great macro site with Orange Spot Pipefish and Nudibranchs in all areas.

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