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Shipwreck unmarked in Shark and Yolanda Reef - Raz Mohammed Park South Setor - Red Sea - Egipt

Shipwreck unmarked in Shark and Yolanda Reef - Raz Mohammed Park South Setor - Red Sea - Egipt

Inside the Carnatic by blickfein Inside the wreck Carnatic in the Red Sea. Together with thousands of glasfishes… Greetings Christian

Inside the Carnatic by blickfein Inside the wreck Carnatic in the Red Sea. Together with thousands of glasfishes… Greetings Christian

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Dive shot of the Abu Nuhas reef in the Red Sea from Dmitry Vinogradov at

Hawksbill munching corals on Yolanda, taken by Duxy, northern Red Sea

Wrecks and Reefs is the itinerary for any diver wanting to see the best of the Northern Red Sea, no matter what experience level.

Lots of anthias. Big Brother Island, Red Sea, Egypt

Passing diver with goldies at Big Brother Island, Red Sea, Egypt

USS Spiegel Grove Florida Keys

Best Wreck Diving in the United States

Looking for your next wreck diving adventure? Look beyond the famous dive sites: Many headliner shipwrecks have a nearby opening act you should get to know.

At 210-feet deep with water temperatures hovering between 38 to 45°F, the Norman is one of the most challenging technical dives in Shipwreck Alley. This treacherous stretch of Lake Huron, just outside of Thunder Bay, claimed hundreds of ships throughout the 19th and early 20th century. Multifaceted wreck sites like the Norman with its huge engine, lifeboats and personal artifacts take divers back to a time when sail and steam ruled the lakes.

and when you go to explore the wreckage, you will run out of oxygen and you will be trapped in a locked room.

Best Wreck Diving in the United States — Scuba Diving

Best Wreck Diving in the United States

Looking for your next wreck diving adventure? Look beyond the famous dive sites: Many headliner shipwrecks have a nearby opening act you should get to know better.

Go Wreck Diving

Frigate Russian Koni class frigate built in She was purchased in 1996 by the Government of the Cayman Islands and sunk off Cayman Brac as a dive sight.

Scuba diver looks at live 5 inch shells on submarine wreck USS Apogon, Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific

Scuba diver looks at live 5 inch shells on submarine wreck USS Apogon, Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific

i think i wanna start suba lessons

The Red Sea, another pinner; Egypt Cave diving in the Red Sea is one of my favorite memories.

Scuba Diving Top 100: Best Dive Sites for Wreck Diving | Scuba Diving

Top 100: Best Dive Sites for Wreck Diving

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