George N. OrrPrince-Edward Island

Dive site characteristics

Types Sea dive Shipwreck dive Fauna dive Cliff dive Night dive
Conditions Visibility more or less reduced Thermocline or cold water
Interests Sea stars Sea shells
Providers Parking Boat ramp Restaurant Swimming Picnic tables W.C. Bathroom
Planning Rescue in case of emergency Weather conditionsFerries scheduleRoad conditionsRoad maps

Diving notes

Behavior to have: respect the environment and the fauna.

The dives are done from a boat (except otherwise). The water current is mild (ask to the charter). Ask to local dive operators (see below). The dives are done in sea water, watch your buoyancy. Raise the weight on your weight belt accordingly. A 7.5mm thick neoprene wet suit is mandatory. A dry suit may be more suitable depending of your comfort habits. Water temperature oscillate around 37 to 47°F. During summer water temperature will vary from 55 to 68°F.

It is important to note that if you do your dive from the shore, a dive flag is mandatory. Be carefull with the wildlife and accidental wounds. Watch you buoyancy. Take note that in case of emergency, the cell phone cannot necessarily be used.

Entry points

Note: directions are accurate as possible. It is recommended to dive with somone knowing the dive site.

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5-20′George N. OrrThe dive is done from shore on an angle of 45°.

Driving directions

From Charlottetown, follow Northeast Route 2 for about 27km up to intersection with Route 217 (~2km past Mont Stewart). Follow Route 217 North for 3.8km and turn East on Route 218 along 217 (Route 218 on provincial map) for 2.1km and then 1.0km North on an unpaved road.

Diver’s services

Providers Address Phone Services
Black Dolphin Diving  106, Hillsboro, Charlottetown 902 894-3483 air, rentals, charter (all year long)
Campbell’s Deep-Sea Covehead, Parc National Park 902 672-2837 air, rentals, charter (July-Sep?)

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