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Underwater Photo Location: Baracuda Point, Sipidan

Underwater Photo Location: Baracuda Point, Sipidan

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Take your time, they are there. look for one or two of them with a touch of yellow in the fin, that means the school is near. Go to the point and off about 25 yards into the blue and have a look come back and then wind around the point and keep looking.
Facts about Baracuda Point, Sipidan
  • It is in Malaysia
  • Baracuda Point, Sipidan is in the South China Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
dayboat

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
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by Patty Shales
Huge school of Baracuda at the end of the dive, shallow friendly,loads of current to get out to them then I spent a good 20 minutes enjoying their beauty and strength.Awsome.Nikon D100, Nexus housing and 2 digital ikelite strobes

by Mohd Hazli
Fly away turtle. The magnificent of Pulau Sipadan.

by Kay Burn Lim
Barracuda Vortex at Sipadan Island's famous Barracuda Point Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye MDX-D300, 2x YS-110 Strobes

by Kay Burn Lim
Small Barracuda Vortex at Sipadan's Barracuda Point D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye

by Kay Burn Lim
White tip reef shark. Took me a good 5 minutes to stalk this fella and get within a foot to take this photo. Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye MdX-D300, 2x YS-110 strobes

by Kay Burn Lim
Barracuda School at Sipadan, D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye, MDX-D300, 2x YS-110 strobes

by Kay Burn Lim
Green Sea Turtle in Sipadan, Malaysia Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye

by Kay Burn Lim
D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye,

by Kay Burn Lim
Green Sea Turtle, Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye

by Kay Burn Lim
Jacks surrounding a Giant Trevelly, Nikon D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye

by Kay Burn Lim
This school of jacks came straight at us at high speed! Our guide grabbed her mask in shock as the school swam straight through us at high speed. I had no time to compose hence the messy shot... D300, Tokina 10-17, 2x Sea & Sea YS-110 strobes

by Kay Burn Lim
Taken in very strong current. I took 2 shots before my strobe arms folded back flat from the force. The Barracuda hovered around me effortlessly as I clung on like a flag, trying to take this shot! D300, Tokina 10-17 Fisheye

by Annette Thomasz
A Clown Fish posing for the camera. Taken with a G9.

by Daniel Norwood
Turtle Silhouette in Sipadan.

by Marco Bartolomucci
Periclemenes venustus

by Nazir Amin
Whats up dude!

by Zafarol Lokman
Playing around at my lens...S80

by Zafarol Lokman
yellow fin diver

by Taco Cheung
My Buddy with school of Jack @ Sipadan

by Ricardo Gonzalez
Green turtle on the blue. Doesn't matter how many times you see one, they will always amaze me.

by Graeme Cole
The reason why we keep coming back.

by Timur Khamitov
Taken at Sipadan Island where we saw a lot of massive turtles.

by Sara Barbieri
Lion fish

by Johnny Schepens
Parrot Bumphead in Sipidan Borneo Nikon D 200 with a 10-24 mm Nikkor lens at 15 mm

by Md Kamal Hasan A Aziz
The shark just about to make a move, when my buddy suddenly come closer to the shark. She assumed I was waiting for her to be captured in the picture. But the result was outstanding. Thanks to her. ;)

by Hamid Rad
The Jacks. Canon 600d/Tokina 10-17/Nauticam.

by Johnny Schepens
Sipadan searching for the "barracuda tornado"

by Steven Withofs
Anemone fish

by Rasmus Raahauge
Bumphead Parrotfish

by Mark Gray
School of Bumphead
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