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 Fergusons Cove

Canada, Nova Scotia

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 44° 36.184' N
Longitude: 63° 33.433' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

English (Translate this text in English): Fergusons Cove is south of Halifax proper, along the Percyls Cove Road. It is on a side gravel road on the ocean, left side, just as you climb a hill, before you come to York Redoubt.

How? From shore

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 25 m / 82 ft

Max depth 50 m / 164 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Shoal

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Photography

Dangers

- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

English (Translate this text in English): The bottom is small stones and gravel grading down to mud and silt, but with some small boulder slopes covered in rich kelp forest. The site is very protected from all westerly winds, and the gravel and small cobble beach is just a short few meters scramble from the vehicle parking. This site has nice crabs, lobster, small fish such as Red Hake, Cunner, Pollock, Longfin Hake, Sculpin and Sea Ravens. As the bottom gets softer, muddy bottom species become more common with several Tube Anemones becoming common. This is a nice spot close to the city with moderately nice marine life and nice night diving - good for macro-photography. Depths to 50'.

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