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Underwater Photo Location: Arc Dive, Okinawa

Underwater Photo Location: Arc Dive, Okinawa

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One of the best dives along the seawall. I like to take a heading of 270 until it drops off then follow the wall to the right. Good wall dive that goes down to around 70 ft. with soft coral and nudis. I've also seen octopi here several times. Interesting rock formations too (some people compare to Yonaguni, but I don't agree).
Facts about Arc Dive, Okinawa
  • It is in Japan
  • Arc Dive, Okinawa is in the East China Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
shorewallnight

Marine Life
smallcoral

Diving facilities
airguided

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Kristopher Thornhill
Bubble coral off Okinawa. Canon S3 IS, Ikelite housing.

by Kristopher Thornhill
Canon S3 IS, Ikelite housing, Ikelite DS 51 strobe.

by Ben Kettle
Jelly

by Yuping Chen
Beautiful Purse Crab/AKA island, Okinawa,Japan, Canon 5D MarkIII, 100mm Lens,ATG+10,Sea&Sea housing,Inon Z240*2, F11,1/160,ISO100

by Yuping Chen
Jellyfish lake/Palau/Canon 5D MarkIII, 8-15mm fisheye lens, F16,1/160,ISO200.

by Yuping Chen
Little Pink. Flatworm./AKA Island, Okinawa,Japan/Canon 5DmarkIII, Sea&Sea housing, 100mm macro Lens, ATG +10 plus Nauticam SMC, 2x Inon Z240 Setting: 1/160 - f/14 - ISO160
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