As a formal Press release we are happy to announce the Caribbean's latest private boutique dive resort facility, Harmony Hall Resorts, St.Vincent. We would like to invite everyone to come find the "Hidden Gem of the Caribbean" St.Vincent. Being steep and lush it also been called "Tahiti of the Caribbean". St.Vincent hasn't been "found" yet. No big resorts, or crowded beaches full of pushy tourist traps and hassles. Instead you’ll find rainforests with endangered parrots and hidden waterfalls. Shallo(more)
A gentle slope just off the east of Gili Trawanganis the best location to discover scuba diving activity.. A good muck dive, all dive center are involved to protect our marine life : this is our house reef and was the recent location of a Bio Rock project. We put in a total of 8 artificial reefs that have attracted a variety of marine life.(more)
The wreck is covered in scorpionfish and lionfish, there's a huge frogfish, nudibranchs and much more. This wreck, sunk in 2002, features a multitude of multicolored possions which reflect the richness of the biodiversity present on Gili. Will you be able to find the bike that Hadi filed near the wreck?(more)
A steep slope on the north side of Gili Trawangan, from 5m down to 24m with a series of gullies at the bottom. A fine site to multi level dive, the selection of soft coral in the deeper section gives way to hard corals as you ascend and in the shallows there are always several turtles totally unfazed by the presence of divers. This is also a great site for drift dives.(more)
A great deep dive just off the east of Gili Trawangan with spectacular topography. At 30m this site has a sandy bottom between large sea mounds. These sea mounds range in size and have an interesting variety of overhangs and outcrops, the largest of which go up to about 20m depth. You'll find a good variety of corals and some huge sea fans. Thousands of garden eels cover the sandy bottom and barracuda, leopard sharks and giant rays can also be seen here.
Suitable for Advanced Divers(more)
Muck diving. This site is just off the east of Gili Air and it provides a great opportunity for macro photographers or those who wish to witness some of the smaller, stranger creatures found here. Frog fish, leaf scorpion fish, sea horses, black spotted morays, spearers, pipe fish and many types of shrimp are frequently spotted here.(more)
A gently sloping reef on the south side of Gili Trawangan with a good variety of hard and soft corals, interspersed with bombies and large table corals which shelter the fish. There is rarely any current here, an excellent site to get close up with reef sharks, sting rays, cuttlefish, octopus and in season a passing manta!!(more)
Just off the west of Gili Meno and home to a plethora of crustaceans and a great spot for night diving. The wall runs from 5m down to 16m and a second wall runs a little deeper. Spanish dancers, crabs ranging from small coral crabs up to the huge sponge crab, lobsters, shrimps, sleeping turtles, baby cuttlefish and scorpion fish are amongst the many creatures that can be seen.(more)
An excellent site for viewing larger marine life on the north side of Gili Trawangan. A flat sandy bottom turns into a series of progressively deeper canyons that run parallel to the shore. This is probably the most popular site because of the sheer variety of life seen here on a single dive. Reef sharks are found basking in the canyons, cuttlefish, stingrays, tons of turtles in the shallows, and every full moon it is a favourite hang out for a school of huge bumphead parrot fish. Large rays sometimes pass (more)
An easy, shallow dive round the shark net where you will find soft corals, sponges and seahorses. The shark net is under a pier which is very popular among fishers, so be careful with hooks and rods. Dive following the outer side of the shark net, under the pier where there is protection from the fishers.(more)
Dive club «THREE DIMENSIONS-BAIKAL» (http://dive-baikal.ru/english/) invites divers of all levels and laymen to experience diving in Lake Baikal. We are the only dive club in Irkutsk that has a heated building on the Baikal shore, where divers can select all necessary equipment for rental, change, have a cup of tea after the dive.
Lake Baikal is a unique water reservoir. On the one hand, it is a fresh water lake; on the other hand – by depth and water transparency it is(more)
Site Name: Molokini - Reef's End (off Maui)
Water Temperature: 78 degrees
Visibility: 100-200 feet
Marine Life: Blackbar Soldierfish, Giant Trevally (Ulua), White Tip Reef Shark, Yellow Margin Moray, spiny lobster
Comment: Some current going in the crater.
St. Anthony's Wreck was intentionally sunk in 1997 as an artificial reef. The wreck is 65 feet long and has a cargo area you can swim into. Several turtles reside on the wreck. In years past a few frogfish lived on the wreck.
DIVE SITE DETAILS
Depth: 60 feet
Visibility: 50+ feet
Current: No Current
Experience Level: Beginner(more)
The Wolcott is an unknown wooden schooner lying in 83 feet of water off of Long Islands south shore. Close to the Patchogue fishing grounds, she is approximately four miles northeast of the wreck of the USS San Diego.(more)
The frigate Canterbury was sunk in Deep Water Cove in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand during November 2007 to provide a fascinating experience for Scuba diving. See the website - http://www.canterburywreck.co.nz/
Excellent rookie dive site. The India is so shallow you can see it in Google Earth if you zoom in.
It's a 216 foot wooden freighter that sank in 1928. With the water level of summer 2007, you can stand on top of this ship with your head out of the water if you're over 5' tall!
info on the ship from boatnerd.com
Caught fire under her boiler, burned to the waterline and sank off West Sister I., 3 mi NE of Strawberry Light. She had been loading pulpwood and repairing damage from an earlier sto(more)
This is a very nice dive, takes about 50 minutes. the deepest point is 50 feet. has some nice log swim through ans rock formations Swinging Bridge, Illinois River: Go to Grants Pass (I-5 exit 55) and then out highway 199 West, 20 twenty miles to Selma. The Selma Market (at milepost 20) is our usual meeting place. To continue to the dive site, pass the market and turn right at the blinking yellow light, just before the 76 gas station, onto Illinois River Rd. Go slow 11 miles or so. At the big open space, tak(more)