The Outer Pinnacle, which is around 70m long and 20m wide is home to a great number of fish, soft corals, as well as the occasional visiting turtle. The overall shape of this pinnacle is said to resemble that of a tadpole, with the tail at the southern end. A very popular dive for more experienced divers is from the Outer Pinnacle to The Ridge. Due to the long distance, this is only recommended for divers with a significant number of logged dives and good air consumption. This longer dive will take you along a tall and narrow ridge that links the two spots.

Getting There

Located in a straight line further offshore from both Baby Batfish and Inner Pinnacle, this seamount rises out of very deep water to just 3 meters below the surface at its highest point.

Outer Pinnacle - Photo by Hendra Tan