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Blue Heron Bridge, Florida

blue heron bridge

Five Popular Marine Encounters at Blue Heron Bridge

1 post

Bonne Terre Mine

Bonne Terre Mine

Treasure Hunting in Bonne Terre Mine

Depth:45 - 140 ft - depending on trail
Visibility:100 ft
Location:Missouri, USA
When to go:Anytime
Other things to do:They have a treasure hunt in June
1 post

California, USA

Blue Shark Feeding Frenzy

Bobbing Baby Nautilus Enters the World

More Than 2,000 Sharks Die in San Francisco Bay

SS Cuba

NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: SS Cuba

Winfield Scott

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the SS Winfield Scott

Pomona

NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: Pomona

Newborn and Mother Grey Whale

Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Exploring Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Sin Ship Unveiled by El Niño

9 posts

Caspersen Beach, Venice, Florida

Nebraska Shark Tooth Divers

Depth:20-30 FT
Visibility:Challenging
When to go:Year Round
1 post

Catalina Island

Dive Site: Catalina Island Kelp Forests, California

Catalina Island: The Jewel of Southern California Diving

Depth:30-100 feet
Visibility:30 to 80 feet
Location:Catalina Island
When to go:Year Round
Other things to do:7mm wetsuit or drysuit and dive knife
2 posts

Conestoga River, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Diving the Conestoga River

Diving the Conestoga River

Depth:n/a
Visibility:n/a
Location:Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1 post

Cooper River, South Carolina

Diving for Megalodon Teeth

Diving For Megalodon Teeth in the Cooper River

Depth: 35 feet (10.5 m)
Visibility:0-15 feet (0 to 4.5 m)
1 post

Crystal River, Florida

Snorkeling with Manatees

Snorkeling with Manatees

Manatee near surface

Marine Life: Manatees

Crystal River

Dive Site: Crystal River, Florida

Crystal Manatees

Depth:4 - 18FT
Visibility:Varies
When to go:Nov 15th - March 31
5 posts

Florida

Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma Changes the Seascape in the Florida Keys

Half Moon

Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: The Half Moon

SS Tarpon

Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: SS Tarpon

Cave Diving in Florida

Cave Diving in Florida

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the Hannah M. Bell

Florida Shark Migration

Best Dive Sites in the Florida Keys

The Best Dive Sites in the Florida Keys

7 posts

Flower Garden Banks

0 posts

Ginnie Springs, Florida

Dive Site: Ginnie Springs, Florida

Depth:20 to 50 feet (6 to 15 m)
Visibility:As much as 200 feet (61 m)
When to go:Year-round
Other things to do:What to wear: 5 mm fullsuit
1 post

Hawaii

Hawaii’s deep water reefs

Hawaii’s Deep Water Reefs Show Incredible Biodiversity

1 post

Kona, Hawaii

Diving in Kona, Hawaii

Diving in Kona, Hawaii

Dive Site: Pelagic Magic, Kona, Hawaii

Depth:45 to 50 feet (14 to 15 meters)
Visibility:100 feet (30 meters)
Location:Kona, Hawaii
When to go: year-round
2 posts

Laguna Beach, California

Dive Site: Crescent Bay, Laguna Beach, CA

Secret Spot: Wood’s Cove, Laguna Beach

Shaw’s Cove

Dive Site: Shaw’s Cove, Laguna Beach, California

Depth:Between 15 to 50 feet (4.5 to 15 m)
Visibility:10 to 40 feet (3 to 12 m)
When to go:Year Round
Other things to do:What to wear: 7mm wetsuit with hood
3 posts

Lake Huron

Shipwrecks Discovered

Two Shipwrecks Discovered in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

Scuba diving in Tobermory

The Best Scuba Diving in Tobermory

Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks

Diving the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks

3 posts

Lake Phoenix, Virginia

Depth:Maximum 62 feet (19m)
Visibility:Varies depending on number of divers
Location:Rawlings, VA
When to go:Year-round
0 posts
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