Ranked as having the best scuba diving in North America, Campbell River on Vancouver Island in BC offers easy access to Georgia Strait and Johnstone Strait for wreck diving, deep diving and wall diving, offering some of the best dive sites in the Province.Read More
The HMCS Columbia, an artificial reef comprimised of a 112 metre Destroyer, sunk in 1996 for the sole purpose of creating an artificial reef for scuba diving, off the east coast of Campbell River on Vancouver Island, off the shoreline of Quadra Island, this is a must for any intermediate or advanced diver.Read More
Don’t be fooled by the calm waters that seemly grace the area we call Row and Be Dammed. This popular Scuba Diving spot off the west coast of Quadra Island is anything by calm. Below the surface, the water is moving, like so many other spots in the waters of the Discovery Passage near Campbell River on the east coast of Vancouver Island. Is it worth the dive, absolutely.Read More
The Argonaut Wharf is one of the few places you can scuba dive from shore in the Campbell River region. An interesting and quick dive that has become popular with enthusiasts all over Vancover Island and popular in the diving circles in British Columbia as well as in all of Canada. An easy shore dive, it is one that should be explored when visiting our area.Read More
Copper Bluffs, scuba dive offers an array of Sea Life on the Coast of Quadra Island, near Campbell River on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. The veins of Copper in the 100 ft (30 mtr) walls of the bluffs extend to the ocean floor where you will find huge rocks strewn all over. Amongst these rocks are every manner of sea life that make a scuba dive of this magnitude a true life changing experience.Read More
The Marine life that you see while Scuba Diving Steep Island in the Discovery Passage is as colourful as it gets, the Georgia Straight is famous for its colour and diversity and this particular Scuba Diving Site shows more colour than most other dives in British Columbia. From whiles to brilliant reds, from pinks to dark purples, the displays are amazing.Read More
Rated as one of the Best Cold Water Diving areas in the world, Campbell River on Vancouver Island, off the west coast of British Columbia in Canada hots a variety of excellent and easy to get to dvie sites to explore some of the most colourful and diverse underwater gardens of all time.Read More
The transport of scuba tanks on BC Ferries requires they be declared as dangerous goods at the ferry terminal before boarding any British Columbia Ferry.
Emergencies while encountering a Scuba Diving accident in Vancouver Island British Columbia. Where to get the numbers and who do we call. Where do you find a Hyperbaric Physician on call.
Campbell River tides are rated as some of the fastest in the world, and weather can be a deciding factor in considering the overall safety of a dive. Before going scuba diving on Vancouver Island, check your tides, emergency numbers and of course the weather.Read More
Where to go scuba diving in the Johnstone Strait off eastern Vancouver Island in BC, near the Village of Sayward: the Kelsey Bay Breakwater, or Rock Bay shore Dive. Take a look.Read More
The Discovery Passage, Quadra Island in BC and the waters off Vancouver Island offer exceptional scuba diving. Quathiaski Cove, Moulds Bay, Rebecca Spit, Whiskey Point, the HMCS Columbia, Steep Island, Wei-Wai-Kai Beach, Copper Bluffs, lots to choose from.Read More