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Hello All,

I hope you are all well! I'm not a diver but I approach you from a surfing perspective and I'm very interested about what's under the water, particularly around a couple of reefs in Newquay, Cornwall.

I live in Newquay and this year started surfing the Cribbar reef off of Towan Headland. I'm wondering if anyone has dived there and can describe what the reef formation is like? Are there really cabes down there?

The second area I am interested in is a reef known as Zorba's reef, off of Pentire Headland between Fistral and Crantock. I am intensley curious about the reef formation down there. We haven't surfed it yet.

I'm reaching out to you divers as I reckon you would know more than anyone else about the layout of these reefs. I hope you don't mind me coming in with this agenda.

If anyone is diver around Newquay, I would really like to speak to you .

All the best and thanks for reading,


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