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 Ogden Point Breakwater

Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island

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Latitude: 48° 24.889' N
Longitude: 123° 23.09' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

English (Translate this text in English): Odgen Point Breakwater is located at 199 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC. It is right next to the Helijet airport and the docks where the cruise ships dock. There is a parking lot with paid parking right by the dive shop, with a few stairs to get to the breakwater itself, or follow the path around to the beach.

Your entry and exit points can be anywhere along the breakwater, from a minute's walk to a half hour hike from the end.

How? From shore

Distance Short walk from shore (< 5min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 35 m / 114.8 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Outstanding

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- Wall
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Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Children dive
- Night dive
- First dive
- Dive training
- Photography

Dangers

- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the <a href="http://www.divevictoria.com">Odgen Point Dive Shop</a>, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &lt;a href=&quot;http:&#47;&#47;www.divevictoria.com&quot;&gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&lt;&#47;a&gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &lt;a href=&quot;http:&#47;&#47;www.divevictoria.com&quot;&gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&lt;&#47;a&gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;http:&amp;#47;&amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;quot;&amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;lt;&amp;#47;a&amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;amp;lt;a href=&amp;amp;quot;http:&amp;amp;#47;&amp;amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;amp;lt;&amp;amp;#47;a&amp;amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=&amp;amp;amp;quot;http:&amp;amp;amp;#47;&amp;amp;amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;amp;amp;lt;&amp;amp;amp;#47;a&amp;amp;amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=&amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;http:&amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;&amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;&amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;a&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;http:&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;a&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

English (Translate this text in English): The Ogden Point Breakwater is an 800-metre long breakwater constructed of stacked granite blocks and concrete. Although the breakwater is a marine sanctuary, line fishing is allowed; be alert for fishing gear on the bottom and overzealous boaters.

There are five dive flags painted near the top of the west side of the breakwater, with corresponding bronze plaques at the bottom stone of the breakwater directly in line with each flag. The plaques provide a description of the marine life in the area, and the compass bearing to the next plaque.

Entry is from the beach, breakwater or dive boat. Caution must be exercised when entering from the breakwater due to the barnacles and concrete blocks obscured by bull kelp.

Beach to Flag 1: Mixed cobble and sand bottom, shallowing slowly to 8 metres.
Flag 1: 8 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 2: 8 - 17 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 3: 17 - 20 metres depth, sand bottom.
Flag 4: 22 - 25 metres depth, sand bottom, rubble below 9 metres.
Flag 5: 28 - 35 metres depth, mud, sand bottom, tumbled granite blocks.
The marine life in this area is abundant and varied. Expect to see the following: Sleeping Canary, Tiger, Black, Yellowtail, Puget Sound and Quillback Rockfish, Octopus, Harbour Seals, Dogfish, Rat Fish, Wolf Eels, Black Eye Gobys greenling, lingcod, Perch, Flounder, Kelp Greenling, Grunt Sculpins, Decorated Warbonnets, Mosshead Warbonnets, Burrowing Sea Cucumbers, Chitons, Hairy Lithoide Crabs, Brittle Stars, Metrudium and Plumose Anemones, Abalone, Crab, Puget Sound King Crab , Swimming Scallops, Ghost Shrimp, and Nudibranchs.

There is a dive shop, the &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;http:&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;www.divevictoria.com&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;quot;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;Odgen Point Dive Shop&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#47;a&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;gt;, located at the end of the breakwater where you can conveniently get air and rental gear.

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Ogden Point Breakwater
By Griffith
Aug 17, 2007
Kelp Forest - In 3100 PSI  Out 900 PSI 34lbs w/ 14 mil Semi-dry Temp 48F  Vis 35ft Shore entry w/ Ogden Point Dive Centre Saw: Sculpin, Cod, Crabs, Starfish  
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Ogden Point Breakwater
By Griffith
Aug 17, 2007
Pier Dive - Suit was too tight, couldn't breathe at depth. In 3000 PSI  Out 500 PSI 34lbs w/ 14 mil Semi-Dry Temp 48F  Vis 35ft Shore entry w/ Ogden Point Dive Centre Saw: Crabs, and a bird flying underwater
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Trip: Pacific Northwest 2007
By Griffith
From Aug 12, 2007 to Aug 19, 2007
Not really a dive trip but manged to sneak a couple in.
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By Anonymous , 04-02-2009

Victoria Breakwater - A wonderful place to get the feel of Scuba Diving. When we were there lots of fish, lingcod, urchins, sea lions, bull kelp, a large jellyfish the size of a steering wheel, swimming scallops. On the plane home my foot started to swell the size of a football. I had got stung by the jellfish stingers. Hurt like heck for 3 days but all ok now. This place is an excellent place to dive.

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