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Gas flame nudibranchs occur on both sides of the Cape Peninsula. They are highly variable in color from pale  yellow to dark blue tips. They feed on bryozoans and are the hallmark of The Cape Peninsula s Nudibranchs.
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This is was a after wedding shoot  trash the dress with the sharks in Bora Bora.
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By Conor Culver
posted Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Underwater Photo Location: Northern reefs and wrecks

Underwater Photo Location: Northern reefs and wrecks

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I have been to Barbados before and it really depends on where on the island
you want to dive. If you want to dive the North of the Island I can suggest
'Reefers & Wreckers'. The two guys who run that are called Mike and Philip.

If you want to dive the more popular South then there is a huge choice but I
have booked some diving with the BSAC dive shop there website the
guy is called John Moore. If you prefer a PADI dive shop then try
website and the guy to speak to there is Willie Hewitt

There is a BSAC club on the island and they have club dives every Sunday and
sometimes combine there dives with BADASS (Barbados American Divers
Association). The best person to contact regarding the BSAC Club is - Rob
Bateson (is click here to email  )

If your into you're wrecks then you must do…



  • Stavronikita

  • Carlisle Bay

  • Friars Craig

  • Pamir


And see - website
Facts about Northern reefs and wrecks

  • It is in Barbados
  • Northern reefs and wrecks is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
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Diving facilities
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Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Jerry Stinnett
10" seahorse

by Richard Toward
Puffer Fish

by Richard Toward
Close up shot of a Turtle

by Richard Toward
Close up of fish, taken with canon a570is

by Richard Toward
Reef Scene taken with Canon A570is off Barbados

by Richard Toward
Long spined Squirel Fish taken with Canon A570is

by Richard Toward
Barbor Pole Shrimp, taken with Canon A570is.

by Richard Toward
Taken with Canon A570is

by Chris Lussier
U.S. Navy Divers training with members of the Barbados Coast Guard of the coast of Bridgetown, Barbados.

by Eric Addicott
Beginner photographer, S95, shot of my wife on our 1st anniversary...
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