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T - 8 Wreck (22 1/2 Fathom Wreck) Dive Site

Canada

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Advice on Diving in Canada

...orcas and dolphins, wolf eels and corals live here in abundance. Head to the east coast and the cold salt waters off Newfoundland are brimming with military vessels, sunk back in the Second World War. Meanwhile the Great Lakes in Ontario are full of ancient wooden ships from the 1800’s, almost perfectly preserved thanks to the lack of salt in their environment.    The best months for scuba diving in Canada are from April to October, regardless of which site you choose. Visibility during the winter months can be excellent, and spring brings with it new life and migration of marine animals. Bu...

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Name Distance

Rec & Tek SCUBA Inc.

Canada

74.1 km

Float N\ Flag Sport & Dive, Inc.

Canada

87.55 km

Oakville Divers, Ltd.

Canada

98.44 km

Tri-City Scuba Centre

Canada

97.53 km

Sherkston Scuba

Canada

78.8 km

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Name Distance

Brantford

Canada

64.51 km

Thorold

Canada

87.67 km

Oakville

Canada

99.83 km

Saint-Gaudens

France

6583.3 km

Lleida

Spain

6654.68 km

Andorra La Vella

Andorra

6680.06 km

Escaldes

Andorra

6681.37 km
Name Distance

ERI | International

United States, Erie

57.56 km

YHM | Hamilton

Canada, Hamilton

64.85 km

DKK | Dunkirk

United States, Dunkirk

57.61 km

XBW | Killineq

Canada, Killineq

65.38 km

OIC | Eaton

United States, Norwich

64.53 km

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