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January 14, 2004

Willaurie, Trimaran, Wall

Filed under: Bahamas,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 3:50 am

Last day of diving today as I’m leaving tomorrow. We were lucky enough to cross the path of 2 dolphins on the bank but they were not very curious and the encounter was quite short. Apparently it was a pregnant mother and a juvenile one. We started a dive from the Willaurie toward the Trimaran and them went West along the wall to reach another wreck (I don’t know its name) just west of the Willaurie.

January 13, 2004

Trimaran, Goulding Cay, Shark Wall, Shark Dive

Filed under: Bahamas,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 3:17 am

Pretty busy day as we did 4 dives. We decided to go diving with Stuart Cove’s in the afternoon to look out for carribean reef shark and get pretty exciting dives. As it is 10 miles from Stuart Cove’s, it is not really doable with a dinghy. In the morning, as the movie ‘Into the Blue’ was being shot close to Clifton wall, we went to the Trimaran wreck which has no mooring as it is gone as of this writing but were told it was in bearing 170 from the middle of the Willaurie. It is easy to find (once you know where to go) and I would say it is about 150m from the Willaurie at a depth of 22m. We then did a shallow dive at Goulding Cay which is full of Elkhorn Coral so near the surface that they are awash at low tide. I was able to see a magnificent spotted eagle ray swimming in less than 3m of water.

January 12, 2004

Sand Chute, Willaurie

Filed under: Bahamas,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 3:03 am

Sand chute is named because there is a patch of sand next to the wall where a tongue of sand seems to drop all of it over the wall. As for the Willaurie wreck, it is located more West, close to Goulding Cay. This 100′ Bahamian mail boat was sunk in 1989 and is now lying in a reef area.

January 11, 2004

Wreck on the Wall, Cessna

Filed under: Bahamas,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 2:48 am

The sea was pretty rough today so after a first dive at Wreck on the Wall ( torn up wooden sailing ship next to the drop off) where we were covered with sand coming from the bank, we moved to the Cessna wreck which is sheltered and lies in clear and very shallow water (6m). I was a bit surprised by the location of the wreck compared to where it was supposed to be but after asking the staff at Stuart Cove’s I learned that the wreck was moved recently because they plan to sink a DC3 at the previous location for a movie called ‘Into the blue’ with Paul Walker (Fast and Furious). They were planning to sink two DC3s, one this week and the other one next week. The film was being shot between Clifton Wall and Goulding Cay. As for the Cessna wreck, it was used in the movie Jaws IV.

January 10, 2004

David Tucker, Tears of Allah, Vulcan bomber

Filed under: Bahamas,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 2:30 am

We are staying with the boat inside Clifton Bay, which has reasonable depth and somewhat sheltered from the swell and wind from the next days. It is conveniently located close to many dive sites and to Stuart Cove’s which make it easy to fill the tanks quickly. A lot of dive sites have mooring which is also quite convenient to locate them. I was given a map by the staff at Stuart Cove’s but it is so approximate that there is no way you can identify the dive sites with it. You have to dive them all and look at what it is !

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