Broken Ledge, Havelock Island

Scuba Diving in Broken Ledge

Scuba Diving in Broken Ledge Havelock Island

About Broken Ledge, Havelock Island (Swaraj Dweep)

Discovered in 2010, this dive site has relatively low depths and sheltered conditions. As a result, it is sought-after among scuba divers having different experience levels. It is made up of low-lying rocky outcrops resembling a broken ledge. It emerges from the bottom at nearly 24 meters. The ledge is surrounded by sand. The site is inhabited by a diverse variety of reef fish such as Moorish idols, lionfish, Napoleon wrasse, and shoals of snappers. Other in-house residents include turtles, schooling longfin bannerfish, and marbled groupers. One can also spot bigger fish like white tip reef sharks, marbled rays, manta rays, dogtooth, and yellowfin tunas here. At Broken Ledge, divers can smoothly swim through the canyons. They can spot residents that are usually hidden behind the rocks and overhangs. The corals are very beautiful and attract so many tropical fishes.


24 meters to 30 meters



Aquatic life includes:

  • Moray eels
  • Napoleon wrasses
  • Triggerfish
  • Marbled groupers
  • Schools of snappers
  • Bannerfish
  • Barracudas
  • Dogtooth tunas
  • Yellowfin tunas

Factors affecting the scuba diving experience

There are various factors that affect the perfect scuba diving experience at Broken Ledge such as:

  • Safety
  • Water depth
  • Water clarity
  • Coral population
  • Fish population
  • Water current
  • Weather