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 Grand Central Station

British Virgin

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Précision: Approximatif

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Latitude: 18° 29.441' N
Longitude: 64° 34.775' W

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English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Located on the North shore of Guana Island, access is by boat only. Anchoring is very difficult, so dive is usually done by live boat drop-off and pick-up.

Comment ? Par bateau

Distance Bon trajet par bateau (< 30min)

Facile à trouver ? Facile à trouver

 Caractéristiques du site

Autre nom Grand Central

Prof. moyenne 16.8 m / 55.1 ft

Prof. max 19.8 m / 65 ft

Courant Faible ( < 1 knot)

Visibilité Bonne ( 10 - 30 m)

Qualité

Qualité du site Bon

Expérience CMAS *** / Rescue

Intérêt bio Pauvre

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Type de plongée

- Grotte

Activités plongée

- Spéléologie

Dangers

 Informations supplémentaires

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Grand Central is the only serious cave/cavern dive in the BVI. Whether you call it a cave or a cavern is a question of semantics - it runs about 200 feet in, and some kind of ambient light is available throughout because of a sink-hole to the surface near the middle. But it would be very difficult to exit through that, so the dive is best regarded as an out-and-back penetration. Lights are mandatory, although the dive is usually made without guidelines. The entrance to the cavern is a bit of a squeeze.

The dive is comparatively shallow, and mostly rocky, so risk of silt-out is small. Marine life in the cave is quite limited, but as of 2009 there was still a decent sized Goliath Grouper living in the cave.

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