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New Caribbean Wreck Hunters Course

By Mike Haigh, Wreck Hunters Project Director. A new course called Wreck Hunters is being launched on the tiny Honduran island of Utila to teach...

Best wreck dives in the Caribbean – Part I

Photographs by Stuart Philpott. The Caribbean Sea has claimed many ships over the years; some purposely sunk as artificial reef projects, while others have faced a...

19th Century Mystery Shipwrecks granted protection

Two well-preserved mystery shipwrecks which were involved in day-to-day merchant trading in slate and coal by river and sea in England in the mid-to-late...

North America’s Great Lakes

These inland seas of North America have claimed thousands of ships over hundreds of years from wooden schooners to steel freighters, and each has a unique story.

U-352 – North Carolina's World War II Shipwreck

Today, the U-352 is one of North Carolina’s signature wreck sites. For divers making the journey to Morehead City, it stands near the top of the list. Even with the dive briefing fresh in your mind, seeing the U-352 materialize off the bottom, sitting with a 45-degree list to starboard, is an amazing sight. Located some 35 miles offshore, the U-352 lies within close proximity of the Gulf Stream, which often times rewards divers with visibility upwards of 100 feet.

Into the Blue in Barbados

Barbados harbours some superlative wreck and reef diving Barbados is well known as a party island and a hangout for the rich and famous, but...

MARK EVANS: Grenada shipwrecks new and old

After their visit to the Bianca C, the Scuba Diver team decided to mix up a couple of older Grenadian shipwrecks with a brand,...

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