Lake Huron is the third largest freshwater lake on Earth. Its lake shore is 3827 mi/ 6159 km long and the average depth is 195 ft/ 59.4 m. Lake Huron and Lake Michigan have the same surface elevation and are technically a single lake. The Straits of Mackinac connects Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Many ships have sunk in the Straits, due to storms over the past years, some of them yet to be found. The Straits of Mackinac Underwater Preserve tries to preserve Michigan’s shipwrecks. The preserve contains more than thirteen recognized shipwrecks. One of them is the Martin Stalker.
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Scuba Diving in Stingray Alley, Tobago, Trinidad & Tobago
If you are looking for diving holidays, then you should start thinking of Tobago, as it provides world-class diving. This wonderful island boasts more than 60 dive sites from reef dives to drift dives, with about 300 different coral species and a vast number of colorful fish. Stingray Alley is situated at the end of the Flying Reef dive site, near the airport runaway.
As its name implies, it is home to large southern stingrays that are usually seen, buried in the sand. Divers can also spot electric rays, barracuda, angelfish, scorpionfish, Atlantic guitarfish, morays, large nurse sharks and turtles. The site is slightly deeper from Flying Reef, with the average depth at 6 m/ ft and the maximum depth at 20 m/65.6 ft. Visibility is medium, due to strong currents and varies from 5 m/16.4 ft to 10 m/32.8 ft.
Stingray Alley is appropriate for advanced and more experienced divers. Note that it is advisable not to walk on the reefs or touch the coral formations. Finally, the spot can be dived from a boat.
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