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This is a cleanup dive site, not really looking for much more than the odd scallop and a heap of Northern Pacific Sea Stars.
A huge number of dives to choose from ranging from the magnificent deep reef off Cape Sonnerat to shallow kelp forests in Trumpeter Bay.
If you are into wrecks then this is a great dive. The SS Nord is an 81 metre long, 12.75 metre wide, 1,840 ton freighter. It sank in the afternoon of 7 November 1915 after hitting 'The Needle' just near 'The Hippolytes'. The wreck is for experienced divers comfortable with bluewater ascents with maximum depths around 41m. We recommend the use of redundant air systems for safety. There is plenty of structure to investigate and the wreck hosts many schools of fish.