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Pinnacle Point

The western underwater cape of Beacon Island, so named because of the three rocky ledges. The granite shores are heavily indented and, along with huge boulders, are covered with corals that provide shelter to a variety of reef fish and invertebrates. Turtles, sharks and a variety of marine fish can be seen in the area. The rules and regulations of the Park apply here. Depth 12 - 18 m.

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