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 Maria L. & Pat Wrecks (Wreck Alley)

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Datum: WGS84 [ Aide ]
Précision: Exact

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Latitude: 18° 22.158' N
Longitude: 64° 30.642' W

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English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

Comment ? Par bateau

Distance Bon trajet par bateau (< 30min)

Facile à trouver ? Facile à trouver

 Caractéristiques du site

Autre nom Wreck Alley

Prof. moyenne 23.8 m / 78.1 ft

Prof. max 27.1 m / 88.9 ft

Courant Pas de courant

Visibilité Bonne ( 10 - 30 m)

Qualité

Qualité du site Bon

Expérience CMAS ** / AOW

Intérêt bio Intéressant

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Fréquentation semaine 

Fréquentation week-end 

Type de plongée

- Epave
- Profonde
- Gros
- Récif

Activités plongée

- Photographie

Dangers

- Profondeur

 Informations supplémentaires

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (Traduisez ce texte en Français): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

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