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Great Lakes - The cold fresh waters of the Great Lakes presents the best of fresh water ship wreck diving in the world. Scuba Divers have access to both Canadian and U.S. dive sites with a wealth of dive shops and charters to choose from. The Great lakes region includes Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, and the St, Lawrence River.
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Coral Reef
CA
Type: Saltwater-OpenOcean
Difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced
Entry: None Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Wall, Boulder Pile / Shelves, Kelp Forest

Coral Reef is Anacapa’s most popular deep dive and is know for the striking colors and beautiful macrography opportunities it provides to advanced SCUBA divers such as large gorgonian and cup corals, anemones, sponges and other magnificent invertebrates that blanket the rocky reef. Inside the kelp barrier, a sand channel separates two wide rocky fingers, each about 100 yards wide. Exiting the kelp, the bottom turns to a gently sloping rocky bottom that descends to 40’- 50’and end abruptly at the top of a wall that extends down to a the sandy bottom at 100’. Look up occasionally to see schools of yellowfin tuna that tend to circle the island.

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