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 MV Sarah

Anguilla

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 18° 15.15' N
Longitude: 63° 8.069' W

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How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Max depth 25.9 m / 85 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
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English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

English (Translate this text in English): By far the biggest of the wrecks, it sits out toward the 12 miles of reef that runs between Prickly Pear and Island Harbour. Like most of the wrecks, she was sunk intact and upright in the water. The cargo areas and the hull sit in 80ft of water but the top of the wheel house is only 30ft. There was a large Jew Fish in residence but it has not been seen in a while. The sheer size of this wreck makes it a worthwhile dive.

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MV Sarah
By Griffith
Feb 11, 2010
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MV Sarah
By Griffith
Feb 13, 2009
Wreck Dive - In 2730 PSI  Out 580 PSI 12lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 40ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Barracuda
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MV Sarah
By Griffith
Feb 16, 2008
Wreck Dive - Mouthpiece split at beginning of dive had to use secondary for rest of dive. In  2910 PSI  Out 610 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 50ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Barracuda
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MV Sarah
By Griffith
Feb 12, 2008
AOW Dive #3 - AOW Dive #3 - Wreck In 2850 PSI  Out 590 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 75F  Vis 50ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw:  Barracuda, Grouper
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MV Sarah
By Griffith
Feb 15, 2007
Wreck Dive - In 3000 PSI  Out 800 PSI 10lbs w/ Diveskin Temp 80F  Vis 60ft Boat entry w/ Shoal Bay Scuba Saw: Barracuda
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Trip: Anguilla 2010
By Griffith
From Feb 7, 2010 to Feb 15, 2010

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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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Trip: Anguilla 2007
By Griffith
From Feb 11, 2007 to Feb 18, 2007

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Trip: Anguilla 2006
By Griffith
From Feb 12, 2006 to Feb 19, 2006

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