It was overcast and the visibility was less than fifteen metres. Kavarchi corner is a wild and remote dive location. It is dived less than a handful of times each year by a small band of very fortunate divers. We could see the resident school of Bump Headed Parrotfish, cruising off the deep wall below.
A large school of Big Eye Trevally, off to the East, were agitated as a number of Grey Reef sharks hunted them. Some of the other divers reported the rumbling sound that schooling Trevally make when they are under threat.