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Anguilla

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 18° 14.896' N
Longitude: 63° 3.066' W

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How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 21.3 m / 69.9 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Dive training

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English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

English (Translate this text in English): This site it situated with steep cliffs and caves as a backdrop to the reef site. The caves only go back about twenty feet so they are not diveable. What is here though is a very wide plateau at about 22 feet; it has trenches that run at 90 degrees to the shoreline until they meet the drop-off about twenty feet apart. You can follow these to the drop-off and slide down the reef to about 70 ft. The trenches are the perfect place for searching for those critters that love to hide.

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Beacon
By Griffith
Feb 13, 2009
Drift Dive - In 2810 PSI  Out 560 PSI 12lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 40ft Boat Entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba  
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Beacon
By Griffith
Feb 16, 2008
Reef Dive - In  2910 PSI  Out 920 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 50ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Barracuda, Turtle
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Beacon
By Griffith
Feb 12, 2008
AOW Dive #4 - AOW Dive #4 - Navigation In 2820 PSI  Out 890 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 40ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba
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Trip: Anguilla 2009
By Griffith
From Feb 8, 2009 to Feb 16, 2009
Rescue Diver certification
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Trip: Anguilla 2008
By Griffith
From Feb 10, 2008 to Feb 17, 2008
Advanced Open Water certification
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