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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 24° 52.148' N
Longitude: 51° 31.823' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

English (Translate this text in English): Take the road towards Sealine Beach Resort. Turn left onto a small paved access road just after the trash skip on the left hand side of the road. Access to the dive site will be on the left hand where the road ends at the beach about 100m South from the rock jetty/fenceline.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 12.2 m / 40 ft

Max depth 15.2 m / 49.9 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Why not

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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By BryanF , 09-06-2012

Old Reef - Disappointing vis at 3m but if you're just doing a check dive it might as well be in a poor dive site. Couldn't believe some divers carried spear guns in a crowded dive site and actually waved tham around in low vis where fish were feeding near other divers.

By TheEagleGuy , 13-11-2010

Not as bad as some may say - I have dived this site on regular basis for more than a year now. being the only easily accessible dive site in Qatar (at least that I know of) it does tend to get very busy at the weekends. And the combination of sandy bottom and a many inexperienced divers will occasionally cause very poor visibility. But the site actually has quite a lot more going for it than you may think when you first dive it. During the summer the water gets very hot (up to 36C this summer - 2010) and during that time it seems it simply gets too hot and the marine life that can moves to deeper and colder waters. As the water cools the marine life returns and during the early spring there is actually quite a lot of fish, nudibranches, brittle stars, cuttle fish, crabs, sea snakes, barricudas and rays to be seen. If you want to see the best this site has to offer then try a night dive!

By drfaleh , 06-09-2010

- cars, a slde, a toilet seat and other objects, not much marine life ,,, a favorate for instructors as a training site...

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