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TA0311-D. Scuba diver (model released) dwarfed by massive barrels of the forward turret gun on the HMCS Chaudiere, a 366-foot long artificial reef which was once a Canadian warship. It was sunk in 1992 in Sechelt Inlet and is a popular advanced scuba dive, with depths between 60 and 140 feet. Much of the wreck is covered in giant plumose sea anemones (Metridium farcimen) and tunicates (Ciona savignyi). This is the view straight up from 130 feet deep. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean. <br />
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diver explores Chaudiere shipwreck
TA0311-D. Scuba diver (model released) dwarfed by massive barrels of the forward turret gun on the HMCS Chaudiere, a 366-foot long artificial reef which was once a Canadian warship. It was sunk in 1992 in Sechelt Inlet and is a popular advanced scuba dive, with depths between 60 and 140 feet. Much of the wreck is covered in giant plumose sea anemones (Metridium farcimen) and tunicates (Ciona savignyi). This is the view straight up from 130 feet deep. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean....
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Date: 14 Feb 2015
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