Sorry, but we all hate spam bots

Haven't registered Yet?Register Now.

X

Login

Forgot Password

Already a user?Login

X

注册分层新金沙线上

i

Much like a facebook page - you need to first have a personal account through which you can login and manage the business page.

After creating a personal account, you will be directed to 'My Dive Shop' section where you can claim existing listing or create a new one.

Got It
i
i
By Using this Site I agree to theTerms & Conditons
或注册:
X

Hey there,

希望你足够对潜水新金沙线上Advisor tobecome a memberand see it in action


Much like a facebook page - you need to first have a personal account through which you can login and manage the business page.

After creating a personal account, you will be directed to 'My Dive Shop' section where you can claim existing listing or create a new one.

Got It


或注册:
By Using this Site I agree to theTerms & Conditons

sands金沙直营赌场




435 Dive Sites161 Dive Shops9 Dive Logs

Part 1: Overview of Scuba Diving in Canada

It has the largest land area and the longest coastline in the world, and it’s a haven for sports enthusiasts of all disciplines. High rocky mountains, low valleys, and deeps lakes make it the perfect recreational playground, and when it comes to scuba diving in Canada, the choice is endless.

加拿大是一个巨大的景观,覆盖数千英里,尽管其条件和气候多样,但大量湖泊,其大部分潜水网站位于该国东部和西部的大西洋和太平洋。新金沙线上有些伟大的残骸潜水,以及一些有趣的冷水场所。新金沙线上如果需要淡水勘探,则有一个或两个内陆地点使用良好。

Scuba diving in Canada is not as simple as it tends to be in tropical climates or equatorial countries. Although its waters can be very clear, strong currents can significantly reduce your visibility, and bearing in mind its proximity to the north pole, diving in some parts requires specialist training and equipment simply to beat the cold.

The waters off the west coast near the province of British Columbia are a diver’s dream for its diversity of marine life. Large squid and octopi, orcas and dolphins, wolf eels and corals live here in abundance. Head to the east coast and the cold salt waters off Newfoundland are brimming with military vessels, sunk back in the Second World War. Meanwhile the Great Lakes in Ontario are full of ancient wooden ships from the 1800’s, almost perfectly preserved thanks to the lack of salt in their environment.

The best months for scuba diving in Canada are from April to October, regardless of which site you choose. Visibility during the winter months can be excellent, and spring brings with it new life and migration of marine animals. But bear in mind that these months can be particularly cold, rarely, if ever, reaching above 13°C in the water.

Part 2: Dive Sites, Marine Life & Environment in Canada

Scuba diving in Canada is undoubtedly a popular pastime, and with such great access to the water, it’s little wonder that it ranks so highly on the list of sporting activities. Its large number of dive sites means that deciding where to dive is usually the greatest problem, but starting with east or west is the best idea – the country is simply too big to travel from one side to the other in a hurry.

British Columbia in the west is Canada’s outdoor capital. Although it's famous for skiing, hiking, snowboarding, and mountain biking, it’s also popular for water-based activities, particularly around the region of Vancouver Island. It also won the award for being the Best Overall Dive Destination in North America in 2011. One favourite dive site is Race Rocks, a collection of small rocky islands to the very south of Vancouver Island topped off with an undersized lighthouse. Part of an ecological reserve, the dive site operates a strict ‘no-touch’ rule to preserve its integrity. The site is regularly visited by orcas, California sea lions, and Alaskan fur seals. Plus, a large colony of harbour seals have made this site home.

刚在安大略省的多伦多北部,五个Fathoms国家公园是坐在赫尔尔湖和格鲁吉亚湾之间的岛屿的集合。这间淡水地理位置含有潜水景点,包括墙面潜水,洞穴,洞穴和众多残骸,所有人都堵塞进新金沙线上入一个微小的保存区域。其中一个最受欢迎的是Wetmore蒸笼,建于1971年,并于1901年重点破坏,最多30米的水。仍然处于出色状态,这是初学者和经验丰富的潜水员的合适潜水。新金沙线上

Around Newfoundland and Labrador, the estimated number of shipwrecks has passed 8,000 in total. Some fell victim to the rocky landscape, while others were victims of the Second World War. Just off the mainland, Bell Island is the site of several shipwrecks which from WWII, all preserved in excellent condition and a popular location for experienced divers. Diving here is subject to some difficult conditions, including strong currents and the occasional passing iceberg, but the opportunity to swim alongside sperm whales is worth the effort.

Part 3: Dive Shops, Airports & Logistics of Diving in Canada

For visitors and residents in Canada, finding a scuba shop is far from difficult, although the majority are located in the most southerly parts of the country, close to the border with the USA. Opportunities for diving here are plentiful, whereas the colder northern provinces attract very few divers.

Out Vancouver way, the Edge Diving Center is a 5 Star PADI outfit open every day of the year. As well as the usual courses and trips, they offer an excellent range of equipment, making them the perfect one-stop shop in for scuba divers in British Columbia. As well as diving in the local area, they also run trips abroad for like-minded water enthusiasts, and every Sunday they have an open dive day where anyone is welcome to meet at their dive centre, choose a buddy, and sort out car pooling. It’s the sort of laid-back, friendly atmosphere that diving is synonymous with.

新金沙线上潜水员在Tobermory上,在Huron湖的五个Fathoms国家公园的边缘,提供出色的旅行选择,并潜入这个神话般的淡水地区的许多残骸中。全年提供PADI课程和船舶章程,它们是加拿大潜水员的少数内陆潜水商店之一。新金沙线上

Out east, the Ocean Quest Dive School is located on St Johns, Newfoundland, the furthest point east in Canada. This dive school has a monopoly on business this far out, but that doesn’t mean its standards have slipped. In fact, it offers a comprehensive service for divers, including wreck diving at the sunken WWII vessels to the north, and snorkelling with sperm whales. Take a trip on a sea kayak to explore sunken mines and hidden caves, or ride on a rib to the icebergs for a close up look at these natural ice formations in person.

Flying in and out of Canada is the best way of getting around just due to the sheer size of the country, but there are plenty of airports serving customers with both domestic and international flights. Another way to travel is cross country by train, but if it's a coast to coast journey, the trip can take several days and is often very expensive.

Liveaboards in Canada

----Book Your Diving ----

Fill in the Form Below.

Our hand picked regional partners will deliver no obligation quotes.

Please enter your name Please enter your email
Please select best option
Sending...






Certifications Offered

Dive Types & Activities