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 Hubbards Shrimp Cannery Beach

Canada, Nova Scotia

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Latitude: 44° 38.226' N
Longitude: 64° 3.594' W

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English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

English (Translate this text in English): The little community beach is at the mouth of Hubbards Cove on the west side on the Highway 329 leading out to Fox Point and Blandford. Hubbards is on the Hwy #3 nust off Exit #6 from the Hwy #103, Nova Scotia.

The beach is adjacent to an old, closed shrimp cannery, thus my name for the beach. The local community keeps the few steps down to the beach, and the roadside widened parking for ~5 vehicles in good repair. Thus we dive this only outside of summer, as parking is limited and we leave the nice little beach to the locals. Fall, winter and spring we have it to ourselves.

The beach is sandy slipping out to gravels and eventually mud. Off the the right, around the wharf and on the flanks of the little point with the old cannery is nice boulders with richer marine life and the best diving.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 5 m / 16.4 ft

Max depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Current None

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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- Marine biology
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- Snorkeling / Free diving
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- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

English (Translate this text in English): This spot is rarely dived, but we give preference to local beach users as the beach is only 30m long and at high tide it shrinks to 10m long and maybe 2m wide.

It is an easy fun site to just do a long leisurely, shallow dive at. Nothing exciting, but very easy access, good parking and a pleasant experience.

Note - coming from Hubbards, the beach is on your left so you have to pass it; turn around in a driveway; and come back to park on the widened shoulder along the guardrail adjacent to the beach.

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By croftg , 03-02-2014

Location wrong - The spot is 1,100 m due south at 44 deg. 38' 13.19"N and 64 deg. 03' 49.10"W

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