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 Lower Mainland

Canada, British Columbia

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

English (Translate this text in English): Lower Mainland of BC has many easily accessable shore dives as well as some spectacular boat dives and even many interesting and divers lakes and bogs to explore. Some very rich Anenome colonies, sea grases, walls and pinnacles. Nudibranchs, crustaceans, wolf eels, octopi, and rock fish are amoung the more common dive highlights. Several purpose sunk vessels and other artificial reefs create abundance in many of our protected marine parks.

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Seasons
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Climate
Air temp. 3°C
37°F
6°C
43°F
6°C
43°F
6°C
43°F
11°C
52°F
15°C
59°F
24°C
75°F
18°C
64°F
20°C
68°F
12°C
54°F
12°C
54°F
2°C
36°F
Water temp. 6°C
43°F
6°C
43°F
6°C
43°F
11°C
52°F
7°C
45°F
10°C
50°F
9°C
48°F
14°C
57°F
13°C
55°F
8°C
46°F
10°C
50°F
7°C
45°F
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Dive sites

Dive sites (21)
Quality Avg depth Max depth Experience Dive type
Ansell Place 2 / -
14.3 m 39.6 m CMAS ** / AOW
Belcarra Park 1 / -
9.1 m 24.4 m All divers
Bowyer Island - / -
9.1 m 36.6 m All divers
CCG Ready 3 / -
12.2 m 18.3 m CMAS * / OW
Christe Islet - / -
10 m 25 m CMAS * / OW
Coopers Green 1 / -
18.3 m 24.4 m All divers
Copper Cove Road 2 / -
17 m 30 m CMAS * / OW
HMCS Annapolis - / -
27.4 m 36.6 m CMAS ** / AOW
HMCS Chaudriere - / -
24.4 m 38.1 m CMAS ** / AOW
Kelvin Grove 1 / -
14 m 18.6 m All divers
Lookout Point - / -
15 m 40 m CMAS * / OW
MV Gulfstream - / -
40 m 50 m CMAS ** / AOW
Octopus City 3 / -
20 m 35 m All divers
Octopus Ghetto - / -
20 m 35 m All divers
Pam Rocks - / - 9.1 m 27.4 m All divers
Porteau Cove 7 / -
14 m 30 m All divers
Racoon Island 1 / -
10.7 m 32.9 m CMAS * / OW
Seymour Bay - / -
15.2 m 30.5 m CMAS ** / AOW
Tuwanek spit - / -
21.3 m 36.6 m CMAS ** / AOW
Whiskey Cove 1 / -
15 m 30 m All divers
Whytecliff Park 4 / -
20 m 27.9 m All divers

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Whytecliff Park
By Abyss Denizen
Oct 8, 2013
Night Dive - Spotted a Giant Pacific Octopus on our way down at 90 feet, a pair of Decorated War Bonnets and a Sailfin Sculpin.  We cruised the wall around into The Cut and back over the Anemone Gardens finishing off in the bay.  The Phosphorescence is
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Porteau Cove
By Abyss Denizen
Oct 5, 2013
Peak Performance Buoyancy Dive 1 - I did 2 Peak Performance Buoyancy training dives here with a student.  I find the Jungle Gym handy for practicing fin kicks a trim. On Saturday the vis was amazing.  40-50 Feet!  We did a tour of the wrecks finishing at the lean
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Porteau Cove
By melimelo
Nov 14, 2010
Porteau Cove Safari #2 -
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Porteau Cove
By melimelo
Nov 14, 2010
Porteau Cove Safari - {mospagebreak}
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Porteau Cove
By RogerAmelunxen
Feb 12, 2009
- Great dive. Lincod back and on eggs.  
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