Friars Craig

Friars Craig, Christ Church Parish: Address, Friars Craig Reviews: 4.5/5

Friars Craig
4.5
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For the diving beginner looking for big underwater adventure, this sunken ship is a great place to start with its abundance of marine life and its close proximity to a coral reef.
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88Georgina
United Arab Emirates487 contributions
Lovely gentle dive, good visibility, nice fish life
Jun 2017 • Couples
Me and my Husband dived here with Eco Divers. We both enjoyed the dive, going over the shipwreck first then over a sandy canyon and onto a reef. We saw a sting ray, 2 turtles, eagle ray, trumpet fish and lots of other marine life. It was warmer under water than on the dive boat and there was a slight surface chop.
This was a thoroughly beautiful dive and I would saw enjoyable for any level of diver.
Written 25 June 2017
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Raymond S
Toronto, Canada123 contributions
Great Dive
Apr 2017 • Solo
Used as a start and end point for our 2 tanks but I could blow a tank on its own here. amazing growth on the wreck with all kinds of nooks to look at. was a really enjoyable dive.
Written 27 April 2017
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Pecan10
Battle Creek, Michigan249 contributions
Intriguing dive site
Nov 2016 • Friends
We saw a coral encrusted crane and some interesting creatures. There was a couple of clams that were opee but hiding. Our guide knew where they were hiding . Then we saw pair of Flying Ganadas. One was fanning his "wings" so amazing!!
Written 13 November 2016
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Angela W
Northamptonshire, UK44 contributions
See the sea
Oct 2016 • Friends
This was a wonderful place to visit, you can get the real taste of the sea, wonder how people managed 100 years ago, if you are interested in the natural world or history this is the place to visit
Written 18 October 2016
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AllaWaller
Worthing, Barbados40 contributions
Most amazing
May 2015 • Friends
This usually is the first dive that you take in the ocean when your are being certified. It is a beautiful wreck with so much fish life on and around it. Seems even to be enchanted at first. It is in approximately 30ft of water and allows you plenty of time to stay down and really take in its beauty.
Highly recommended for very the most experienced of divers & or snorkelers.
Written 7 September 2015
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Judy Stanford
Markham, Canada56 contributions
Ship wreck
Jun 2015 • Family
40 foot dive on an old wreck. Lots of small fish, stingrays, and soft corals. You can easily do the wreck and then a swim over to a reef and further explore the abundant schools of fish.
Written 23 June 2015
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masaccio
Huntingdon, UK1,883 contributions
Nice easy dive with a good reef nearby too
Aug 2014 • Solo
I really enjoyed my dive on the Friars Craig. The wreck is not overly deep so the light is very good and the corals varied. Seeing the light filters through the fan corals is very pretty. The nearby wreck appears to be the done thing and all in all I thought this was a a fabulous dive.
Written 24 August 2014
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