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Sugar Wreck, MV Unistar
The Sugar Wreck, or MV Unistar, sank in 2000 and now lies on her starboard side in 18m of water. She is a 90m cargo ship...
- Barracuda Point: Barracuda Point, at the eastern most tip of Sipada...
- Ribbon Eel Garden: Ribbon Eel Garden to the south of the house reef i...
Various dive centers, amongst others in Sanur, organise day trips to this dive spot. Sometimes not accessible due to hig...
Scuba diving is one of the most beautiful underwater sports in the world. You can dive almost everywhere with one dive site being even better than the other. Greatest Dive Sites (GDS) shares dive related material, uploaded by other divers and dive shops around the world, and categorized by dive destination, scuba region and dive sites. GDS is a place to share and store your scuba stories, your dive photos and movies. A place a diver can store their online logbook with divelogs and a place where you can comment on scuba sites and logs of other divers around the world. A divers delight, a scuba social network, a dive spot reference and buddy meeting place.
GDS lists dive related material about dive sites such as seasonal do's and dont's, time schedules you can best go, but also information about visibilities, depth, access methods, marine life and special sights. Scuba equipment, bcd's, regulators, tanks, recreational and professional courses, dive photography, it can all be found on Greatest Dive Sites.
Divers can comment, rate and share their own experiences. You can find lists of the top diving sites and best dive locations for each region. All about the best scuba diving in the world can be found at this website.