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Secrets

   United States  Pacific
Favorite dive site

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Scotts Head

   Dominica  Caribbean Sea
A mixing zone between Caribbean and Atlantic waters; begin on the Atlantic side and dive through a tunnel to the Caribbean, the wall forms part of a sunken volcanic crater. If there is a current it brings up all sorts of nutrients and creatures big and small feed on each other.
The tunnel is cloaked in soft and cup corals, the wall has a profusion of colour from crinoids and black coral trees, to giant barrel sponges and vase sponges. following the wall brings you back to the edge of the crater and back on the shelf where the mooring can be found.
A truly jaw dropping dive and a must see for any diver visiting the Commonwealth of Dominica.

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Santa Maria Caves

   Malta  Mediterranean Sea
A stunning dive with wonderful easy caves, and great marine life. At an average of only 10 mts it is one of my top three sites ever. I have dived it over a few hundred time now and it still lights me up.

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sıpadan island

   Malaysia  Indian Ocean
malaysia

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Shark Reef, Pacific Harbour

   Fiji  Pacific
Shark feeding at it's best with silvertips, blacktips, whitetips, dusky nursesharks, sicklefin lemonsharks, bulls and tigers!

Now, I don’t agree with shark feeds, believing that this sort of behaviour can lead to the conditioning of sharks whereby they link the sight and sounds of divers and the dive boat to an imminent free meal, which could, and may have already, lead to accidents, but I figured I couldn’t comment on such a subject until I had seen one at first hand. Although the sharks weren’t there immediately, it didn’t take long, which makes me suspect that this has already taken place, they have been feeding here for 10 years after all. There have been no injuries whilst the 2 operators have been conducting these feeds, but I believe it’s only a matter of time. The feeders may think they are in control, but who can control ten 3m bull sharks in a feeding frenzy. Still, it was one hell of a rush!

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sipadan island

   Malaysia  Indian Ocean
sipadan island

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sipadan island,barracuda point

   Malaysia  Indian Ocean
sipadan island

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suwalesi

   Indonesia  Java Sea
very beautiful place

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san miguel island

   United States  Pacific
lucky closeup large macro of sheepshead.

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st. stefan, Budva

   Serbia and Montenegro (Yugoslavia)  Adriatic Sea
Best time to dive august.

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Sea Aquarium House reef

   Netherlands Antilles  Caribbean Sea
The only way to dive this reef is by Boat or by visising Animal Encounters Dive Shop at the Curacao Sea Aquarium for a guided dive of the islands top dive spot.

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Spiegel Grove, Key Largo, Fla. & Vandenberg, Key West Fla.

   United States  Atlantic (South)
Wreck dives, Spiegel Grove viz was not as good as I expected, mostly 30 ft to 40 ft, USNS Vandenberg has strong currents and viz also was limited, not much marine life on the Vandenberg, it will be pristine in a couple of years when the marine life moves on it. So far all that is there are a couple of Groupers, under 100 pounds. Phillipines was a great dive site as well, Dumaghette & Puerto Galera, pristine reefs, easy diving mostly shallow dives down to 90 feet. The Carribean is the Carribean, the reefs are dying and the big animal life is hard to find, Cozumel is always great for a fast drift and tunnels and swim throughs, I stay away from cave diving. Costa Rica on the NW side of the country, Hermosa, has some big animals and the viz is poor because of the planten in the water to feed the big boys. The South Pacific has my interest, this year I went to Fla. and going to Dominica and then to Borneo for 2 weeks.

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Snake Island Artificial Reef

   Malaysia  South China Sea
Depth 50 metes.

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Siladen Island - Sulawesi

   Indonesia  Sulu and Sulawesi Seas
Good place!

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SANGANEB REEF- SUDAN

   Sudan  Red Sea
THERE ARE MANY LIVEBOARD BOATS IN PORT SUDAN

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S.M. La Scala - Acireale (CT)

   Italy  Ionian Sea
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Secca Colombara- Ustica Island

   Italy  Tyrrhenian Sea
There are some diving centers

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Sha'b rur umm qamar

   Egypt  Red Sea
Canon 40D+Tokina 10-17 mm FE+2 x Ikelite DS125

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SS Orizaba Wreck

   Australia  Indian Ocean
The Wreck of the SS Orizaba. The only wreck to go down as a result of Bush Fire.

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Stavanger

   Norway  North Sea
Great Wiz, Great wrecks and great Macro :)

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