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Fathers Reefs, West New Bri­tain A long, ex­tinct vol­canic caldera, Fathers Reefs are a se­ries of reefs along the north­ern coast of New Bri­tain. The un­der­wa­ter to­pog­ra­phy is of dra­matic reef scapes, arches and swim-throughs. Be­ing off­shore, these reefs also at­tract pelagic ac­tiv­ity such as sharks, rays, tur­tles and schools of bar­racuda. Vis­i­bil­ity: 20-30m+ Depth 5–30m Abil­ity level:

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