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Underwater Photo Location: Willaurie

Underwater Photo Location: Willaurie

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A shipwreck which was not sunk artifically, covered with lots of soft corals and sponge. My favorite off Nassau.
Facts about Willaurie
  • It is in Bahamas
  • Willaurie is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Steven Anderson
This prop belongs to the sunken Willaurie - a true ship wreck off Nassau - The prop has lots of soft coral as does the complete wreck. One of my favorites off Nassau.

by Steven Anderson
Sponges and soft corals cover this wreck off Nassau. This image was taken during my trip to Nassau for Christmas. The wreck is the Willaurie, which is often visited by Stuart Coves.

by Steven Anderson
This image of a Lionfish was taken during my Christmas trip to Nassau. Seems every dive 1 or 2 of these pests were seen. They are so pretty!

by Steven Anderson
These Social Feather Dusters made their home on the side of the Willaurie off Nassau - Bahamas

by Steven Anderson
My favorite wreck off Nassau - The Willaurie - lots of cool stuff to take photos of!

by Steven Anderson
My favorite wreck off Nassau. The wreck is home to a lot of soft coral and beautiful sponge. This is one of the only naturally sunk ships off Nassau.The prop always become a great photo op with a diver in the background! The Willaurie - Nassau

by Steven Anderson
the prop of the Willaurie, my favorite of the wrecks intact off Nassau - Bahamas

by Jan Morton
Secretary Blenny with Olympus E-M1 60mm and CMC

by Steven Anderson
The Willaurie a naturally sunken ship off Nassau Bahamas.There are over 20 wrecks submerged off Nassau... they have been sunk by man ... this one has not.
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