This site is 12 miles south of San Diego Bay, in Mexican waters, and off the coast of four tiny islands called the Los Coronados islands. These four tiny islands can be seen from any beach in the city of San Diego.
This memorial site is located on an ancient Humpback and Grey whale migration route. Dolphins, whales, sea lions, and other marine life can regularly be seen in the area. The Los Coronados islands are uninhabited and has been federally protected to ensure that the reefs will be left undisturbed. Diving and visiting the reefs is always encouraged.
1. Cape Lazo
2. Coffin Point
Another site which is located just around the corner from Ladysmith, BC, a small own situated on the 49th parallel.
3. Ten Mile Point
Located between Telegraph Bay and Spring Bay, in Victoria, BC., then there are various sites surrounding the Southern Gulf Islands, (from Snake Island near Nanaimo’s Harbor to the south tip of Saturna Island). Across the water there is the south west side of Bowen Island and just off the coast of White Rock BC in Semaiano Bay.
This location is Florida at its best. The white soft sand and the emerald water makes this deployment site truly unique. Located only a short distance from shore, this reef memorial deployment location enjoys the cool tropical breezes and warm sunshine that defines Florida. Florida boasts all the natural wonder and beauty of a tropical paradise. It is no surprise that people come to Florida to enjoy everything it has to offer. Now it is possible to spend eternity in this paradise.
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