Phone (867)633-4734, Cell (867)334-4990
Or you can e-mail us.
Click on the small image to view a full-sized version
Click your 'back' button to return.
|A small rockfish, hiding on a cloud sponge - B.C. coast. Cloud sponges are found deep - in 100' plus of water.||A small rockfish, hiding on a cloud sponge - B.C. coast - a close-up.|
|A beautiful, white Plumose Anemone - B.C. coast.||Some different coloured Plumose Anemones, an urchin and other life - B.C. coast.|
|The beautiful Plumose Anemone - can grow up to 3' tall and are white through orange - a beautiful animal, indeed.||A close-up of the picture to the left.|
|The great lingcod - up to 60" long, 100#, a great eating fish.||A Red Irish Lord - a large sculpin - up to 20" long - blends in with it's surroundings making it hard to find.|
|Purple stars like to congregate in bunches - sometimes in the inter-tidal zone.||More purple stars - usually about 1 foot across and often very purple in colour.|
|Rockfish are abundant along the Vancouver Island coast - most often sighted are the Copper, Quillback, Brown and China varieties.||The beautiful Copper Rockfish - up to 22" long, is an excellant eating fish.|
|The Quillback Rockfish - up to 24" long, likes hiding in large cloud sponges and rocky caverns or crevasses.||A close-up of the Quillback Rockfish at left - a good eating fish.|
|"The large, beautiful Sunstars are often up to 3' across and are of many colours.||The largest of the stars, this example is yellow with vibrant reds. Stars feed mainly on bivalves, using their extendable stomach.|
|With up to 20 arms, these large animals are beautiful to see while diving.||A picture cannot do justice to the many colours of this large Sunstar - each arm has an eye on its end and can regenerate.|
|Seasquirts of many sizes and colours can be found - a larger yellow and shorter red variety are seen here.||Welcome to Canada's Yukon!|
|Dive Schedule||Training||Products||Services||Links||Tips||Buddies||Misc.Info.||F.A.Q.'s||Home Page|