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Guest blogs from Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) – this is going to turn into THE place to dive in BC.

I can’t decide between number one dive site and number two dive site. They were both just so good. Inner Low Rock and Zoom Skirtch were the best two dives of the trip. But the trip is not over yet. … Continue reading

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Having a great time on the Nautilus Swell; We are treated like kings, warm towels on cold days, hot beverages when you get back to the boat, just great!

Browning Wall was the first dive of the day. The walls are covered in plumose anemones, sponges, tunicates, sea cucumbers, basket stars… so colourful it looks like the tropics. Our second dive of the day was at Hussar Point – … Continue reading

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Divers proceeded up into the kelp beds with the sun rays glimmering through to their safety stop.

We left Port Hardy on a rainy evening. Awoke to sunny skies and NW winds in Browning Pass. Headed to the first dive at Hussiar Pt. looking to anchor on a shallow pinnacle but to our amazement did not need … Continue reading

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The full moon casts a beautiful glow but made for some interesting challenges with tides and currents. Sunny skies and beautiful weather nonetheless!

This Easter weekend we welcomed old and dear friends:  Ian, Darren, Paula and Morgan.  Also no stranger to the Nautilus family was Andy Lamb, the man who indeed wrote the book on marine life identification in BC.  We also welcomed … Continue reading

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