Videos : Channel: Wrecks

Exploring the MT Haven: a Freediving Film

This jaw-dropping film of world champion freedivers exploring the MT Haven will make you want to take freediving lessons immediately.

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Borneo From Below: Episode 19 – Discover the World of Wreck Diving

Imagine being weightless at 100 feet deep, gliding in, out and over the top of a sunken ship or decommissioned oil rig

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Betty Bomber – Truk Lagoon

It isn’t known whether this plane was shot down, or crashed on its own. But one thing for sure, it is a fun dive that shouldn’t be missed.

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Expedition Hamilton by Ocean Reef

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Expedition Hamilton

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Scuba Diving the USAT Liberty Wreck & Menjangan Park

As part of our dive adventures in Bali, we hooked up with Blu Seasons Bali. They gave us a wonderful experience at both Menjangan National Park & The USAT Liberty Wreck.

The USAT Liberty wreck is quite busy and is best dived first thing in the morning if you want to not have plenty of other divers around. It’s a very large wreck, and there is plenty to explore.

Menjangan Park is quite beautiful and the diving was great! Definitely worth checking out if you are spending time in Bali. It’s around a 4 hour drive from Sanur.

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Halliburton Wreck | Utila, Honduras

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Video: First Dive Of The Kittiwake In Grand Cayman

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