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Dive Sites in British Columbia
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dharmapunk5 - Jan 27, 19
I went scuba diving here on 1/27/2019. Average viz: 71-80ft/22-24m. Water temp: Under 50°F/10°C....
dharmapunk5 - Dec 25, 18
I went scuba diving here on 12/12/2018. Average viz: 61-70ft/19-21m. Water temp: Under 50°F/10°C. Fantastic visibility today and got a new dive buddy. I’ve not been to this spot before, it was pretty amazing. We tried to find an Octopus but no luck t...
dharmapunk5 - Dec 25, 18
I went scuba diving here on 12/23/2018. Average viz: 31-35ft/9-11m. Water temp: Under 50°F/10°C. Decent visibility today. Did the island to the right this time, saw a lot of variety in the sea life....
dharmapunk5 - Dec 13, 18
I went scuba diving here on 12/12/2018. Average viz: 61-70ft/19-21m. Water temp: Under 50°F/10°C....
dbon - Mar 23, 10
I have been on this site several times, first time was about 6 months after they put it down, then a couple of times since. Amazing rate of growth in a short time. Easy dive for newbies. Fun dive for everyone! Great job Peter Luckham of 49th Parallel...
Photos in British Columbia
Ice Dive course BC Canada
Ice Diving Course BC Canada
Cressi BC
BC trip
Scubapro Glide X BC w/ Air 2
B.C Lake
bc for sale
My New BC - Pink Zeagle Zena!
Adjusting BC, sitting on a log @ Morrison Springs
Near Tuwanek dive site - Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
nudibranch, bc
anenome in bc
Dive Clubs in British Columbia
Photo Club Name Location Club Members
Seadog Dive Club Sechelt BC  1
Aqaurius Dive Club Victoria British Columbia  1
Cross Current Divers Victoria British Columbia  1
Friends of Simple Scuba Prince George British Columbia  1
Articles about British Columbia
British Columbia New Reef YOGN-82
scubadivingnomad - 10/29/2018 8:29 PM
I think this ship will be the catalysis I will need to become a dry suit diver or at least get a heavy wet suit. I have written about this class of ship before. One of them is at Subic Bay yogn_pr_jun18_rev4 The post British Columbia New Reef YOGN-82 appeared first on The Scuba Diving Nomad....
divershaun - 2/21/2010 1:34 PM
I am looking for a horse collar bc and I can’t find one anywhere. I know you can buy new ones from stores or online, but I dont feel like paying 200+ dollars for a brand new one when I KNOW people have old ones they are willing to sell. However, every time i ask about horse collars I get "ohh I just sold it" or "I gave it away" and it is frusterating. I have checked craigslist and ebay and havent found anything. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions, hints, or tips. It wold be greatly ap...
New BC and Wreck Alley New BC and Wreck Alley
ScubaHawk - 11/13/2008 8:42 PM
I got to dive the Yukon at San Diego’s Wreck Alley again. It has been three years since I dived the Yukon and it has really changed. It is completely loaded with growth including madridians (sp), strawberry anemees (sp), and the kelp is growing quickly. There are lots of fish. As you have noticed, I am not into the little critters and plants as I don’t know how to spell them. We also dived the Ruby E and the rocks of Green Tank, Point Loma kelp beds. Our divers saw lots of garibaldi, lobsters, a...
My Hood in 12,000 B.C. My Hood in 12,000 B.C.
tjdiving - 7/16/2008 3:15 PM
This is a really cool article from my neck of the woods. "NORTH PORT - Scientists have a good idea what Florida was like 12,000 years ago: It was hot and dry and twice as wide as it is now because the oceans were 400 feet lower than they are now. That would put the Gulf coast of Florida about 100 miles west of the current shoreline. Turtles the size of beanbag chairs roamed the land, along with giant sloths, mastodons and saber-toothed tigers. Humans? Yes, scientists say. Nomadic peoples roamed,...
Whats your favorite BC??
EricSharkGuy - 6/27/2008 1:54 PM
I want to buy my first bc and i would love feedback on whats your favorite. Back inflate vs vest, brands and comfort. I like the SeaQuest Pro QD + BCD with SureLock weight system. Just looking for divers input. Thanks Eric...