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 Maria L. & Pat Wrecks (Wreck Alley)

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Breedtegraad: 18° 22.158' N
lengtegraad: 64° 30.642' W

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English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): By boat only. Located on the south-west side of Cooper Island. Approximately 3 minutes by boat from Cooper Island Beach Club, approximately 25 minutes by boat from Road Town.

Mooring balls have been placed on the site by the National Parks Trust.

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Afstand Goede aanvaartijd (tot 30min)

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 Duiklocatie Karakteristieken Characteristics

Alternative naam Wreck Alley

Gemiddelde diepte 23.8 m / 78.1 ft

max diepte 27.1 m / 88.9 ft

Stroming Geen

Zicht Goed ( 10 - 30 m)

Kwaliteit

Duiklocatie kwaliteit Goed

Ervaring CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interessant

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Weekend drukte 

Duik type

- Wrak
- Diep
- Grote vissen
- Rif

Duiklocatie activiteiten

- Fotografie

Gevaren

- Diepte

 Aanvullende informatie

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

English (vertaal deze tekst in Nederlands): Wreck Alley consists of four wrecks which were deliberately sunk close to each other as a diving attraction. The Marie L was a drug cargo boat. The Pat, a tug smaller than Marie L, is lying right alongside the Marie L.

All four boats are on a sandy bottom, right alongside the reef wall. The bottom runs about 80-90 feet, and if one tries to closely inspect each wreck it is very easy to accidentally slip into deco, so watch your gas and watch your NDLs.

Marine life is not fantastic by BVI standards, but you get a *lot* of Southern Stingrays at this site, especially buried in the sand. So don't be shocked if one suddenly flies up in front of you shaking the sand off!

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Maria L. & Pat Wrecks (Wreck Alley)
By eritland
Oct 20, 2010
Beata Tug and Marie L Cargo Boat wrecks -
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Maria L. & Pat Wrecks (Wreck Alley)
By eritland
Oct 21, 2009
Marie "L" - wrecks included tug boat, barge.  Sand bottom with many stingrays.  Great visibility
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Maria L. & Pat Wrecks (Wreck Alley)
By eritland
Oct 21, 2008
Marie L Shipwreck - First deep dive.  Stingrays on sand bottom.  Wreck sites of the Marie L and Alpha Tugboat.
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Trip: BVI 2010
By eritland
From Oct 16, 2010 to Oct 22, 2010
Third trip to the BVI's in 3 years.
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Trip: BVI 2009
By eritland
From Oct 16, 2009 to Oct 24, 2009
Second trip to the British Virgin Islands aboard the LaBuscadora.  Captain Mike Hallett and crew provided another amazing experience.
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Trip: BVI 2008
By eritland
From Oct 17, 2008 to Oct 24, 2008
First diving trip and first trip to the British Virgin Islands.  We were on the Labuscadora, an 80' motor yacht.  Captain Mike was our tourguide and dive master.
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