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Commando Bay

Commando Bay

Dive Site Location

Dive Site Description

This great destination point is named Dunrobin's Bay after L. Race Dunrobin. The bay was used by the British forces as a training ground for a special unit of commandos that would infiltrate enemy lines. When the news of the special army operations in the area became public, was re-named Commando Bay. Due to the nature of its prior use, the bay is riddled with WWII artifacts. The hike through Wild Horse Canyon takes a minimum of 6 hours, so we recommend you boat in. There are three mooring buoys and shelter from north and south winds. Watch out for rock outcrops at the south point of the Bay.