Shallow Reef is to the east of North Bay. The site comprises of two large rocks, the top of which is around 18 meters. Maximum depth is approximately 35 meters. Here you can see various whip corals, feather stars, and a multitude of hard and soft corals. The marine life is varied, with yellow bar angelfish, emperor angelfish, honeycomb morays, lionfish, barracudas, fusiliers, and the occasional turtle sat at the top of the reef. If you are really lucky, you will see a group of marble rays at the north eastern edge of the dive site. When you ascend to do your safety stop, you will find that there are schools of fusiliers in the 1 to 6 meter depth range.