Dive in Canada

    Morrison Quarry Morrison Quarry, Canada

    Located just north of Ottawa and 4 km south of Wakefield, Quebec. The quarry is better known as the jump point for Great Canadian Bungee. The quarry has a depth greater than 30m (confirmed to 123 feet) and probably reaches a depth of about 40m. The shallow end is 20-25 feet deep. Like most quarries…

    Albert Head Lagoon Vancouver Island, Canada

    A very nice dive location, very calm (No current): Good for beginers & cool divers. Abundant marine life (many anemones, octopuses...).

    Ansell Place Ansell Place, Canada

    The access to this site can be slightly difficult as you need to go down wooden steps, climb down rock steps and cross tidal rocks.

    Bear Cove Vancouver Island, Canada

    This location should really be done as a night dive, in order to avoid the problem of boat traffic. Other than that, this is one of the easiest places to get in and out of the water.

    Boutiliers Point Boutiliers Point, Canada

    Good site to see Atlantic Lobster

    Bowyer Island Bowyer Island, Canada


    Braemar Avenue Vancouver Island, Canada

    This dive site is very good for beginners. Not good for wheel chairs as you need to take the stairs down to the beach. But from the parking area to the beach is less than 50 feet.

    Break Water Island Vancouver Island, Canada

    This dive site is sensitive to current. It has an interesting rock structure, with homes for a few wolf eels. I'd rate this dive between standard and good.

    Browning Pass Vancouver Island, Canada

    This is one of Vancouver Island's best cold water dive spots.Mild currents wash additional nutrients into this pass creating anabundance of wild life and coral.There is a wreck nearby which hasbecome home to wolf eels and several deep drop off walls.Queen Charlotte Strait supports one of the earths…

    China Creek Wall Vancouver Island, Canada

    The wall is readily visible from shore and requires little effort to get there.Visibility is good and there are interesting artefacts to view, like a phone both and a small boat and a tug boat.There is little in the way of life, but you will see some rat fish.

    China Creek Wreck China Creek Wreck, Canada

    The wreck is accessible by starting off from campsite No 44. Beach entry headed south go to depth contour 80 Ft and turn right following that depth. You will hit the wreck within 5-10 min. This was a chinese fishing vessel bringing over refugees.

    City of Sheboygan City of Sheboygan, Canada

    FANTASTIC, in-tact wooden schooner. Mast is still upright. Buoy maintaintained by POW/Kingston.

    Clover Point Vancouver Island, Canada

    This site is sensitive to current. But it does contain quite a bit of life, but not as much as Ogden Point.

    Comet Comet, Canada

    Paddle wheels on this wreck still stick up 25' or more. Divers can swim through them. Various items still on-site; boiler, collapsed deck, etc. No entry.

    Conestoga Wreck Conestoga Wreck, Canada

    The steamship Conestoga (ie SS Conestoga) was a combined passenger/cargo carrying vessel, built in 1878 in Cleveland Ohio. She was sold to a Canadian company in 1919. On 22 May, 1922, she caught fire when loaded with a cargo of wheat and sank where she lies today.

    Coopers Green Coopers Green, Canada

    Cooper's Green dive site is located in a small park at Cooper's Green in Halfmoon Bay, Sechelt. It is right beside a boat launching site, though it is well signed for the boaters to stay to the north side of the launch. There is also a small marina there. There is a small island about 50 meters off…

    Copper Cliffs Vancouver Island, Canada

    This sight is best dove at slack tide. But well worth it given the abundance of life, and especially the thousands of Strawberry Anemones that coat many of the rocks and boulders.

    Deep Cove Vancouver Island, Canada

    There are a couple of rock outcroppings that start at about 10 feet [3 m] deep and one descends to about 50 feet below the surface, and the other descends to over 90 feet below the surface. There is also the bay to the east to explore.

    Discovery Island Western Wall Vancouver Island, Canada

    It is best to go with someone who has dove this site before. The top of this wall is interesting as well, but it can be difficult to anchor here and then to find the wall.

    Dolphin Beach Vancouver Island, Canada


    Edith Lake Edith Lake, Canada


    Elliot's Beach Park Vancouver Island, Canada

    This dive site is quite nice as far as the entry goes, and there are out-houses here. This is a nice beach with picnic tables as well.Swim along the left side of the beach out to the point, and beyond.

    Emerald Bay Emerald Bay, Canada

    Flintkote Quarry Flintkote Quarry, Canada


    Forest Island - North End Vancouver Island, Canada


    GB Church Vancouver Island, Canada

    This wreck is mostly protected from the island that it resides beside. Portland Island. Although you may feel current at the surface, once below 10 metres [30 feet] there is usually very little or no current.

    Henderson Point Vancouver Island, Canada

    This site may not look the best initially, but over the course of a year many species can be found here. Access is fairly easy, but the last few feet to the water is steep decent of about 10 feet.

    Hmcs Cape Breton Vancouver Island, Canada

    The HMCS Cape Breton (ARE 100) was built in 1944-45 in British Columbia by the Burrard Drydock Company and served in the United Kingdom's Royal Navy as Flamborough Head. In 1951 she returned to Canada under the ownership of the Royal Canadian Navy, renamed Cape Breton and re-assigned as a training…

    HMCS Saskatchewan Vancouver Island, Canada

    HMCS Saskatchewan was a Mackenzie-class DestroyerEscort of 366-feet (111 metres), 2900 tons.Sunk in 1997.

    Kelvin Grove Kelvin Grove, Canada

    Keystorm Keystorm, Canada

    Kyen point Vancouver Island, Canada

    A double pinnacle with a nice shallow sand channel in the middle. Lots of invertebrate life and fish. Occassionally a skate. Wolf eel and octopus are hanging around often and ratfish can be seen here too

    Madrona Point Vancouver Island, Canada

    There are two walls here. One as you enter the water, and a much deeper wall whose top starts at about 40 feet and descends below 100 feet. The second wall most western end can be found at roughly 360 degrees magnetic north.

    Maple Bay Vancouver Island, Canada

    This is quite an easy dive. It featues rock reefs, docks, a large field of old glass bottles.Sealife consists of giant pacific octopi, ruby octopi, rock cod, rock crab, kelp crab.Visibility can be poor in the summer months, but it also comes with an abundance of bioluminescent plankton, which makes…

    McKenzie Bight Vancouver Island, Canada

    This dive site does require a walk of approximately 5 minutes. And a rocky trail leads down to the gravel beach. Once you are in the water there are some walls, but not much life on them. There is more life in the gravel. This site is more well known for one of the few places that the Six Gill…

    McNeill Point Vancouver Island, Canada

    Very nice shore dive. Just take care of sea urchins and tides.

    Mosses Point Vancouver Island, Canada

    This dive site despite is shallowness, can sometimes be worth it. But it depends on the season and weather conditions.

    Muscallonge Muscallonge, Canada


    Nakwakto Rapids Nakwakto Rapids, Canada

    The 300 metre wide channel of the Nakwakto Rapids is like a liquidmaelstrom, the tides rush in and out and currents drag unwitting diversacross the rocky rapids.The tide, squeezing through the narrow channel, goes out every fiveor six hours allowing a short period of calm, and this is when the…

    Neck Point Vancouver Island, Canada