Stella Horn Wreck
Stella Horn is a 45m Japanese fishing trawler, laying in an up right position on a sand bottom, next to a rocky reef at an average depth of 25 meters.
The trawler was built in 1957 and was was deliberately sunk December 6th 1987 by the Mauritius Conservation society to create an artificial reef. She stands upright and is virtually intact offering an impressive scenery.
The wreck is covered with soft and hard coral provide hiding for a wide selection of common tropical fish, giant moray eels, lion fish, parrot fish, angler fish, leaf fish, mackerels and stone fish.
The great abundance of fish life and a fish trawler in superb condition and an interesting interior promise an exciting wreck dive!
Our intention is to reveal the excitement and adventures of the sea bottom and to provide you with high quality dives, in the same way that we would like to experience them ourselves.
Dive packages prices are based on scheduled 2 tank dives.