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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 24° 50.558' N
Longitude: 51° 30.385' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

English (Translate this text in English): Around the first dune after the Sealine resort, passed New Club Reef, along the beach to approximately the first natural water drainage outlet. The barge is about 300 meters from the beach at a heading of about 120 degrees from the given coordinates. There is a rope running from the New Club Reef to the barge, so one way to make sure you find it is to go out at a heading of slightly less then 120 (e.g. 110) and then go south (turn right) when you hit the rope. If you go down at the drop off it is a swim of about 7 to 10 minutes to the rope.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Pete's Paradise Barge

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 20 m / 65.6 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Low ( < 5 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Why not

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Poor

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- Wreck

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- Night dive
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English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

English (Translate this text in English): The wreck was intentionally sunk and was originally planned to be much closer to the New Club Reef. But it drifted off while sinking and it actually disappeared completely. Apparently it was not found until about 9 months after it had been sunk. The wreck can be penetrated, but it is very little of interest to see and the openings are quite small. There is very few fishes around the wreck, so not much to see apart from the wreck itself.

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