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 MV Commerce

Anguilla

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 18° 14.759' N
Longitude: 63° 4.814' W

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How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Max depth 25 m / 82 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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- Wreck
- Reef

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English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

English (Translate this text in English): This wreck sits in 82ft of water by the stern. It is intact and upright but has received damage due to storms that have passed though over the last six years, however rather that detracting from the dive site it has added a strange eerie feel to this wreck. Some of the biggest lobsters to be found can be seen here with the largest lobster ranging anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds depending on who is telling the fisherman's tale. This wreck is located on a reef and has introduced the larger fish to this area. You can often see hog fish, atlantic spadefish, goat fish, lobster and barracuda at 15 to 20 feet on the mooring line.

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MV Commerce
De Griffith
Fev 11, 2010
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MV Commerce
De Griffith
Fev 10, 2010
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MV Commerce
De Griffith
Fev 15, 2009
Wreck Dive - In 2810 PSI  Out 850 PSI 11lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 50ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Lobster
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MV Commerce
De Griffith
Fev 12, 2009
Wreck Dive - In 2770PSI  Out 680 PSI 12lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 79F  Vis 40ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw:  Barracuda, Lobster
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MV Commerce
De Griffith
Fev 15, 2008
Wreck Dive - In 2850 PSI  Out 610 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 60ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Barracuda
Mais...

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Viagem: Anguilla 2010
De Griffith
Do Fev 7, 2010 ao Fev 15, 2010

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Viagem: Anguilla 2009
De Griffith
Do Fev 8, 2009 ao Fev 16, 2009
Rescue Diver certification
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Viagem: Anguilla 2008
De Griffith
Do Fev 10, 2008 ao Fev 17, 2008
Advanced Open Water certification
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Viagem: Anguilla 2007
De Griffith
Do Fev 11, 2007 ao Fev 18, 2007

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Viagem: Anguilla 2006
De Griffith
Do Fev 12, 2006 ao Fev 19, 2006

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