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Expedition to Thermopylae

by Shelley Collett

Videos : Channel: Wrecks

The Critical Experiment in Bikini Atoll

Bikini Atoll – the Holy Grail of wreck diving. Come check it out with The Dirty Dozen and explore some of the most historically significant wrecks of our time. 

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Amazing Marine Life of Croatia

Over 700 dives in this area in Croatia gave this filmmaker a lot to look at, as well as a lot to show us!

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Seasoned Pros Tell All About Truk Lagoon

Some major tech divers spend an envious amount of time at Truk Lagoon and tell us all about it!

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Expedition to Thermopylae

Sent by one of our followers, here’s a great look at the resident marine life on the Thermopylae in Sri Lanka.

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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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If you’re an ocean lover and environmentalist, here are five places where you can help the ocean while traveling.
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