Duppy Waters

Duppy Waters ('Duppy' meaning 'Ghost') takes its name from tales of the site being haunted by eerie lights at night-time. This unusual site comprises of a huge, rocky wall with a sand channel at either end. The top of the reef sits at 10m/33ft and the wall drops vertically to over 50m/164ft. A broad, sandy channel to the west carves its way through the reef, gradually sloping down to the wall ridge before cascading over the top and tumbling down to a rocky shelf at 30m/98ft. Travelling east impressive, sheer chimneys are chiseled out of the rock face plunging down to depths of more than 50m/164ft.

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