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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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Quartermaster Wreck
Quartermaster Harbor, Vashon Island, WA
Type: Saltwater
Difficulty: Intermediate
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Large Wreck,

The Quartermaster Wreck is a 57-foot unknown wood-hulled fishing vessel in the moth of Quartermaster Harbor. It was filled with cement culverts, engine blocks, and other debris and scuttled in the middle of the channel. It makes a great dive site. The wreck sits upright from the bottom in 65'-75' of water (depending on tides and section of the wreck) and stands 11' from the bottom. The wheel house is missing but the engine, machinery, rudder and propeller are still in place. If you look around the base of the ship you'll find sea whips, tall thin cousins to the common sea pen.

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