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Dive deep into the oceans of Second Life and discover an exciting underwater virtual world filled with wonder and surprises.
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Welcome to the undersea world of Blake Deeps. Never before has such a large expanse of marine environment been created to cater to the fantasy adventures of merfolk, sealife, divers, explorers and ocean lovers of all types. Located in the center of Blake Sea, it spreads over thirteen private sims and is home and playground for all subsea enthusiasts. Don't miss the adventure!View this destination »
The Coral Gardens of Templeton Cove is an underwater exploration and discovery region dedicated to adventure! Visitors enjoy swimming with whales and dolphins, exploring our region by submarine, or finding the hidden entrance to our observation deck. Find the entrance to the underwater maze and marine life museum, and win a prize when you find the treasure!View this destination »
Skull Island has sunk beneath the sea and WaterWorld was born. Explore the depths of the sea and the islands above. Don't miss the special Halloween level!View this destination »
An underworld fantasy land with mer dance animations, sea horse tours and beautiful mer gardens. Explore and participate in the many live music events held here. More at http://twomoonparadise.wordpress.com.View this destination »
Visitors can take an extraordinary underwater voyage here. With a full-size submarine to explore, this museum offers insight into the life and work of French science fiction writer Jules Verne.View this destination »
Coral and seaweed mingle with these ruins, providing a haunting yet beautiful atmosphere to swim through. Look for the shipwrecks but don't get stung by the jellyfish. Other reefs and attractions are also in the area.View this destination »
Explore life at the bottom of the ocean at this simple yet enchanting tropical reef. Schools of colorful fish swim by you and the bright and sparkly coral formations make for great picture spots.View this destination »
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