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Good Drift Dive

The current was fairly strong, but that added to the excitement of the dive. Encountered giant... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2012
Calvin R
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Port of Spain, Trinidad
Diving at Flying Reef

Away from the other crowded dive sites up in Speyside flying reef offeres an oppertunity to get... read more

Reviewed 18 December 2006
David H
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Barling Magna, Essex, UK
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Divers at this site can often see rays and morays.
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14 Jun 2012
“Good Drift Dive”
17 Dec 2006
“Diving at Flying Reef”
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Tobago
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Reviewed 14 June 2012

The current was fairly strong, but that added to the excitement of the dive. Encountered giant barracuda, turtles, lobsters, stingrays and numerous reef fish. The corals were colourful and huge. This site is definitely worth diving. My dive operator was Undersea Tobago, who was very...More

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Reviewed 18 December 2006

Away from the other crowded dive sites up in Speyside flying reef offeres an oppertunity to get away from all the other divers. The site is massive, and with the currents flowing through it allows you to cover a large distance in a short time....More

1  Thank David H
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