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Canada: West Coast - The Canada West Coast region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Sydney, Victoria, Nanaimo and other popular Canadian west coast dive destinations. These cold waters offer an abundance of life and diving experiences including spectacular reefs, magnificent walls and exciting wrecks.
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Alaska Reefer
Wallace Point, Indian Island, Port Townsend, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Snorkling, Beginner, Intermediate
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Large Wreck,

The Alaska Reefer is a 175' wooden hulled wreck of a refrigeration ship which caught fire and sank in 1961, taking a barge down with her. She lies on her port side with much of the deck still in tack, and several large holds are open for some exciting swim-throughs. Much of the starboard side (now the top of the wreck) has fallen away letting slight into the hull and other compartments allowing great visibility within much of the wreck.

It is resting on the bottom about 30' at the bow and 60' at the stern, but the wreck rises to the surface on the shallower end. The barge is located off the SE corner of the Alaska Reefer, nearly touching so you can't miss it. It has rotted down to giant skeletal ribs and would makes a great addition to an already spectacular wreck.

The wreck has an interesting history. Check out the NW Wreck Dives book for more information.

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