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Diving Jurassic Park at Long Island is famous for its gigantic and huge numbers of crayfish.
|Name Dive Site:||Long Island, Jurassic Park|
|Depth: ||10-15m (32-49ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||go_dive_marlborough|
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Long Island was appropriately named by Captain Cook and is Marlborough's only Marine Reserve. Our favorite site at Long Island is called Jurassic Park due to the resident giant crayfish. Normally crayfish are timid as they are a popular catch for local divers, but these guys are diver friendly. Other marine life includes very docile Carpet sharks and cheeky Blue cod. During Southerly conditions, no matter how hard the wind is blowing the site is always protected as sheer cliffs back it. This is a great site for snorkelers and first time divers, as it is not affected by offshore swells.
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