One of Sydney's most popular dive sites is Camp Cove beach. Located at the southern shore of Sydney's Harbor, Camp Cove is a small sheltered beach of only 250 m/820 ft long. Apart from breathtaking views of the Sydney's CBD and the Pacific Ocean, Camp Cove beach offers a variety of water sports.
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Scuba Diving in Wreck SS Stavronikita, Barbados, Barbados
Barbados offers you the chance to try many kind of water sports. More specifically, the island has a great collection of wrecks to dive in the Caribbean. Wreck SS Stavronikita is an interesting spot for Scuba diving, not to be missed. This spot can be dived by all levels of divers. The wreck is standing on the western side of the island, about 7 km/4.3 mi north-western of the capital. It is actually about 365.7 m/400 yd from the shore.
Stavronikita is a Greek freighter, 111.1 m/365 ft long, that was sunk on November 22, 1978. It’s a popular dive site in Barbados. The wreck is standing upright with its stern lying at 39.6 m/130 ft and its bow at 21.3 m/70 ft. An artificial reef has been created with rich marine life. The underwater visibility is quite good and it fluctuates from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft. The temperature of the water averages 26°C/78.8°F all year round.
Finally, Barbados has a tropical climate and two main seasons. The wet season, lasting from June to November and the dry season, lasting from December to May. The temperature averages between 21°C/69.8°F and 31°C/87.8°F.
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