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Free dive maps and descriptions of Vancouver Island dive sites
Who are the Nanaimo dive shops.
Nanaimo dive charters are the way to get the most out of your Vancouver Island diving experience.
Tyee Cove is a one of the best and most versitile dive sites in central Vancouve Island. With excellent shore access on any tide!
The dive site directory for the best dive sites on Vancouver Island, BC.
Dodd Narrows is a spectacular dive that is absolutely loaded with marine life. A technical dive where requiring exact planning do to extreme currents
Fun dives can go from bad to fatal
This is a little about me, and how scuba diving has become a passion of mine.
What Vancouver Island marine life will I see while diving in these waters.
The wreck of the steam ship SS Themis in Browning Pass is just one of the attractions to diving in the Gordon group of islands.
Victoria BC has several excellent dive locations from either shore or boat.
Information on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
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Ten Mile Point near Cadboro Bay in Victoria is an excellent shore "drift dive"
Snake Island Wall off of Nanaimo BC is a spectacular dive that is only minutes from the two sunken navy ships.
The Rivtow Lion in Nanaimo's Departure Bay, is an excellent dive, available to all levels
Nanoose Bay Dive Sites are found just north of Nanaimo, BC.
Nanaimo BC dive sites are some of the best on Vancouver Island.
The Madrona Point Overview highlights why this is such a great dive location.
Here is an excellent link to
tide and current charts
for Nanaimo, BC.
At the bottom of displayed
chart you will see two links,
"other tide stations" or
"other current stations"
follow these links for
information from California
and right up to Alaska.