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100` Caves ... click for more 100` Caves
10-12 foot north/south inside ledge rising from depth of 102 feet, then rounding up to 84 feet on top. Big undercuts, many holes. Bring a light, as it's needed. Small gorgonians, but big schools of grunts, porkfish, and snapper and many tropicals.
rated, discovered 526 time(s).
Palm Beach region, Florida
100` Caves ... click for more
40 Steps ... click for more 40 Steps
This is fine cove for casual diving. Easy entry and mostly sheltered from the sea.
rated, discovered 555 time(s).
Essex region, Massachusetts
40 Steps ... click for more
906 Dredge ... click for more 906 Dredge
Foundered in 1956 Rests in 75ft
rated, discovered 552 time(s).
Lake Michigan region, Wisconsin
906 Dredge ... click for more
A. C. Adams ... click for more A. C. Adams
Wooden Tugboat abandoned in 1923 Rests in 110ft
rated, discovered 503 time(s).
Lake Superior region, Minnesota
A. C. Adams ... click for more
A. R. Colborn and Crane ... click for more A. R. Colborn and Crane
The Colborn was formally abandoned on Apr. 28, 1922. The boiler, enging, and hull remain at the site. A crane was also lost at this site in 1953, and rests here.
rated, discovered 734 time(s).
Saint Clair region, Michigan
A. R. Colborn and Crane ... click for more
Acosta Bridge Rubble ... click for more Acosta Bridge Rubble
This artificial reef site consists of lots of concrete rubble from an old bridge, some culverts, an old wooden dock, and two barges.
rated, discovered 526 time(s).
Duval region, Florida
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Adolphus Busch ... click for more Adolphus Busch
The Adolphus Busch was intentionally sunk in 1998 to create an artificial reef system. She sits intact and upright in 100-feet of water.
rated, discovered 556 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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Advance II ... click for more Advance II
The Advance II lies about eight nautical miles out from the Oregon Inlet sea buoy. The 185-foot ship lies on a sandy bottom at 80 feet. This dive spot is a popular training and certification dive with Nags Head dive operators.
rated, discovered 527 time(s).
Carteret region, North Carolina
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African Queen ... click for more African Queen
The African Queen, a 57-foot concrete boat, now rests in 45 feet of water off Key Biscayne.
rated, discovered 557 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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Ahihi Bay ... click for more Ahihi Bay
For a more rugged adventure, try Ahihi Bay. You'll find no facilites here, but you will find a private beach some excellent snorkelling and diving.
rated, discovered 517 time(s).
Maui region, Hawaii
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Ahihi Cove ... click for more Ahihi Cove
This is a must-do site! This picturesque area is perfect for beginners and advanced divers alike. The entry is easy, and the fish are friendly (they know they're protected here)!
rated, discovered 518 time(s).
Maui region, Hawaii
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Ahukini Landing ... click for more Ahukini Landing
Ahukini Landing is a fun dive for an experienced diver. The water entry, kick-out, and jetty negotiation are all advanced, but the sights can be worth it. Apparently the site was used as a small harbor during World War II.
rated, discovered 520 time(s).
Kauai region, Hawaii
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Alexander Barge - Artificial Reef ... click for more Alexander Barge - Artificial Reef
Alexander, a 120-foot long and 40-foot wide barge, was purposefully sunk in 1984 to mark the site for the development of an artificial reef.
rated, discovered 518 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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Alexander`s Wreck ... click for more Alexander`s Wreck
The wreck known as 'Alexander's Wreck', originally the US Navy destroyer escort 'USS Amesbury', was reefed in 1927 as an artificial reef.
rated, discovered 520 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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Algoma ... click for more Algoma
264' Steel Passenger Ship sank in 1885 Rests in 80ft
rated, discovered 517 time(s).
Lake Superior region, Michigan
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Alicia ... click for more Alicia
Built in 1883 at a shipyard in Scotland, the Alicia was a 345-foot iron-hulled, three-masted steamer with a 38-foot beam. She slammed on to Ajax Reef in 1905, where she now rests in 20 feet of water.
rated, discovered 600 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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Aliso Beach Park ... click for more Aliso Beach Park
Are you a new diver looking to get your fins wet in a forgiving environment? This is the place! Bring a couple of tanks, a picnic lunch, and sunscreen, and you'll be set for a very relaxing day.
rated, discovered 508 time(s).
Orange region, California
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Alki Beach Park ... click for more Alki Beach Park
The Alki Beach Park is often overlooked. Excellent marine life can be found here, and it makes for great night dive as well. Access is easy, and facilities are available.
rated, discovered 503 time(s).
King region, Washington
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Alki Pipeline ... click for more Alki Pipeline
For a change of pace from the other Alki dive sites, try the Pipeline. You may find an octopus in the rubble, as well as most other marine life found in the area!
rated, discovered 550 time(s).
King region, Washington
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All Alone ... click for more All Alone
In 90 feet of water on the Ten-Fathom Ledge lies All-Alone, the hull of a 75-foot tugboat.
rated, discovered 490 time(s).
Miami Dade region, Florida
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