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TA0340-D. Scuba diver (model released) peers out of 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). Here the diver, having penetrated into the interior to explore carefully prepared chambers and passageways, now exits through an opening midships. British Columbia, Canada, Pacific Ocean. <br />
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Chaudiere shipwreck photograph
TA0340-D. Scuba diver (model released) peers out of 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). Here the diver, having penetrated into the interior to explore carefully prepared chambers and passageways, now exits through an...
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Date: 14 Feb 2015
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