McNeill Point

McNeill Point

Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Difficulty
beginner
Viz (last reported 137322h ago)
Max Depth
32.8 ft

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving at McNeill Point

McNeill Point is an exciting spot to explore, but only during ideal conditions. The tidal currents through here could ruin your whole day if you're not careful. Check with a local dive shop about seasonal and hourly conditions at this site! Located 0.4km West of the Victoria Golf Course on Beach Road.
Access
shore

McNeill Point Tide Chart and Surf Report (Beta)

Saturday
6:06 AM
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8.034ft
Saturday
9:59 PM
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-1.400ft
Sunday
6:50 AM
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7.920ft
Sunday
10:52 PM
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-0.400ft
Monday
7:26 AM
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7.769ft
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Zentacle
Zentacle
Sep 21, 2021, 1:05 AM
scuba
This area is not well-sheltered, but the open-water apsect allows for greater chances of seeing the local marine life. There are two spots you can enter. This entry is better for exploring the small cove. This entry is best for exploring the coast and point.
Kenneth Smart
Kenneth Smart
Jul 10, 2004, 12:00 AM
scuba
Awesome dive, lots of life more than Ogden and Ten Mile combined. Thousands of Urchins, more fish than Ogden, great coral. WATCH YOUR TIDES.....EXTREME CURRENTS RUN THROUGH THIS SITE. The topography of the bottom is unique enough to do 20 dives and not see everything. Lots of valleys to explore, had to go shallow as I had my 10 year old with me (she's limited to 40 feet) but the dive was no less incredible in the shallows.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
Kenneth Smart
Kenneth Smart
Jul 10, 2004, 12:00 AM
scuba
Awesome dive, lots of life more than Ogden and Ten Mile combined. Thousands of Urchins, more fish than Ogden, great coral. WATCH YOUR TIDES.....EXTREME CURRENTS RUN THROUGH THIS SITE. The topography of the bottom is unique enough to do 20 dives and not see everything. Lots of valleys to explore, had to go shallow as I had my 10 year old with me (she's limited to 40 feet) but the dive was no less incredible in the shallows.
Originally posted on shorediving.com
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