[ Foto ] Arctic Trader shipwreck Canada, Nova Scotia. Below abour 2 to 3m is all cooler, cleaner saltwater with perhaps 2m or better visibility and rich invertebrate marine life filter feeders like Sea Anemones
[ Foto ] Arctic Trader shipwreck Canada, Nova Scotia. The upper waters are tannin stained freshwater that is very brown with very low visibility. The starboard railing looking up through it from ~20' deep shows the colour of the freshwater above
[ Foto ] Arctic Trader shipwreck Canada, Nova Scotia. From the road on shore over looing the yacht club's floating docks and the main wharf to the left, the wreck lies offshore, between the small white float on the left and the green channel buoyon the r [...] Mehr...
[ Foto ] Fox Point Anglican Church Canada, Nova Scotia. Coming up out of the water after a good dive in the small channel at the divesite - granite shorelines as this offer rich marine life, nice relief and good visibility
[ Foto ] Fox Point Anglican Church Canada, Nova Scotia. A calm day as the divers slip out the little channel in the granite bedrock - the top of the picture shows a bit of the side of the Fox Point Breakwater to the north
[ Info ] Wannadive è avaiable in italiano! Hi,
Wannadive è avaiable in italiano!
Today we are very happy to announce that Wannadive interface is available in Italian.
We would like to thanks the following translators for their help and great Christmas gift!
* Dave Noise (from Wannasurf)
* Riccardo Ghetti (from Wannadive)
* Lorenzo Facchin (from Wannadive)
All Italian divers can now switch to Italian language by using the language selector at the top of Wannadive pages.
We wish you a merry Christmas.
[ Info ] Wannadive is safe! Hi,
Firefox and Chrome users may experiment some difficulties in accessing Wannadive with their web browser. An ugly screen is telling Wannadive could provide malwares and not be safe!...
Our ad server has been attacked Sept 15, and we did fix the problem a couple of hours later. Wannadive is now 100% safe.
What still happen? Firefox and Google uses a database to track websites where malwares were detected. We ask Google to remove Wannadive from this database but it can takes a few hours/days? :-(
Waiting for Google update, you can use a different web browser to access your favorite dive site atlas and community: Internet Explorer or Opera. Those browsers don\'t check Google\'s database.
All the best,
[ Info ] Facebook friends of Wannadive I've setup the website to embed the new "Wannadive Facebook Page" like box. See the new block at the bottom-right of any pages on this website.
Like Wannadive; join the new Wannadive page ;-)