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 Inganess Bay Wreck

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Aproximadamente

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Latitude: 18° 22.281' N
Longitude: 64° 30.85' W

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English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

English (Translate this text in English): By boat only. The site is 3 minutes from Cooper Island (Southern side), adjacent to "Wreck Alley" mid way between Cooper Island and Salt Island. It is approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town, or about 15 minutes by boat from East End.

Mooring balls have been placed upon the Wreck by the National Park.

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Inganess Bay

Average depth 25.9 m / 85 ft

max depth 27.4 m / 89.9 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Standard

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Poor

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- Wreck

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

English (Translate this text in English): The Inganess Bay was a wreck deliberately sunk as a dive site, similar to the Beata, Mary L and Pat in nearby "Wreck Alley". The Inganess Bay was sunk further out, and thus sits solely on a bed of sand with no nearby coral reef to populate the wreck. Accordingly, it still remains largely devoid of marine life and is dived much less frequently than the other wrecks.

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Inganess Bay Wreck
Por eritland
20 oct 2010
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Viaje: BVI 2010
Por eritland
De 16 oct 2010 a 22 oct 2010
Third trip to the BVI's in 3 years.
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