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 Sandy Cove, Terence Bay

Canada, Nova Scotia

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 44° 27.71' N
Longitude: 63° 42.492' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

English (Translate this text in English): Walk in from sand beach with lots of parking just above the beach in the round-about where the road ends

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 9.1 m / 29.9 ft

Max depth 19.8 m / 65 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Ambiance

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Dive training
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

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English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

English (Translate this text in English): The sand in the shallows gives way to gravel and small cobble with granite boulders and bedrock ridges cloaked in rich seaweeds. Outside the cove straight out is a sand plain running to 35' deep. There is a nice dive outside the cove cutting right, and following the granite ridge and boulders that make up the headland. Cruising along the flank of the ridge gives great rocky shore marine life and a wealth of sandy bottom life too. Lobsters, 3 types of crabs, Cunner, Pollock, flounder species, Cunner, Moon Snails and thousands of Sand Dollars are all easily found at this site. Protected form the south and west, open only to the northeast.

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