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Underwater Photo Location: meada point, Okinawa

Underwater Photo Location: meada point, Okinawa

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This site is a very popular site with tourists, U.S. Military personel, and locals. Get there early for good parking. There is steps leading to the water so its a easy entry and exit. About 30 feet after entry it drops off sharp to a depth of about 130 feet. There are shallow spots along the edge for beginners along with a wide cave that is a 100 yard swim from the steps. The Vis in the site is most of the time 80' + unless it rained the day before then it is about 40 feet until you around 100 feet.

Marine life found in the area is a vary wide variety. Such as Lionfish, Eels, Batfish, Clownfish, Octopus, Cuddlefish, Sea snakes, plus many more.
Facts about meada point, Okinawa
  • It is in Japan
  • meada point, Okinawa is in the South China Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorewallnight

Marine Life
smallcoral

Diving facilities
instructionfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Jason Kulinski
Returning topside from a deep dive I came across this Lionfish. He came at me and stayed long enough for me to snap this great photo.

by Josh & Jayme Cartwright
Christmas Tree Worm at Meada Point.

by Josh & Jayme Cartwright
B/W Lion Fish with Crinoid at Meada Point.

by Troy Williams
Whip coral goby hanging out while I swap lenses...

by Troy Williams
seeing stars...soft coral

by Bradley Gift
Sea Monster!

by Bradley Gift
Female Tomato
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