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 Brown Pants

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 18° 18.945' N
Longitude: 64° 35.848' W

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English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. Site is located on the southern coast of Norman Island. Approximately 35 minutes by boat from Road Town, Tortola, or about 15 minutes from The Bight, Norman Island.

Site is very exposed, and can be difficult to locate or moor at in rough seas.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks trust.

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 13.7 m / 44.9 ft

Max depth 16.8 m / 55.1 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

- Cave
- Sharks
- Big fishes
- Reef

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

English (Translate this text in English): One of the more intriguing dives in the British Virgin Islands, Brown Pants features a large number of ledges, caverns, nooks and crannies.

The site was named when discovered on an exploratory dive by Ducan Muirhead, off Cuan Law, who was chased back to the boat by a pack of bull sharks, and promptly christened the site appropriately.

The site is known for good marine life, in particular lobsters, turtles and eels. Despite the name of the site, shark sitings are not frequent.

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