[singlepic id=199 w=320 h=240 mode=watermark float=left]UWE has been busy the past couple of weeks. We have been doing a large number of charters with the various people that have been here on the Sunshine coast and wishing to dive. We have had guests from Finland, Sweden, the US of A, and of course form various areas in Canada.
The conditions in the Sechelt Inlet have been good and bad so far this season. The visibility has finally settled down, and is murky to about 20 – 25 feet then pretty darn clear under the layer so to speak. Surface temperatures are between 63 – 69 F and the temperature at depth is 52 – 54 depending where you are diving.
9 Mile Point has approximately 5 octopi in the first 60 feet as you depart the cove, with plenty of Quil Back Rock fish, and various other marine life. Kunichin Point still has the male/female Wolf Eel in 40 – 47 feet of water. Tuwanek has three octopi, and 3 – 4 Wolf Eels. So, there is plenty of cool and exciting species to see in the inlet. Be sure you do not miss out.[singlepic id=86 w=320 h=240 mode=watermark float=right]
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