Martini is an underwater pinnacle that hosts an abundant population of soft coral. This enables different fauna to strive around it. Martini Rock is an easy dive to do in calm conditions, with a natural progression to the bottom to a plateau. This conveniently happens to be waiting for you and your safety stop.
When the currents are a little stronger, some divers prefer to stay in the lee. Here there is a possibility of pelagic encounters for more personal time with the moray eels, lion fish and seahorses.
What Can You See at Martini Rock?
Turtles are frequent visitors; rays and nudibranchs seem to favor the sheltered side, whereas you encounter bigger pelagic fish on the deeper and more exposed face of the rock. Moray eels, lionfish and seahorses are also resident.
This dive site works in great combination with Inch Cape 1.