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The Niobe Corinthian Wreck in Bermuda

The Niobe Corinthian was purpose sunk in Bermuda in April, much to the delight of the local dive community.

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Best Diving in Bermuda

When they think of Bermuda, many people imagine golf resorts, Bermuda shorts and pink sands. But this tiny island nation is also one of the world’s premier wreck-diving destinations.

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Dive Site: Bermuda Shipwrecks of the Montana and Constellation

Bermuda is well-known for its shipwrecks, and this Bermuda dive site gives divers a 2-for-1

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Dive Site: Pollockshields, Bermuda

On calm days it’s the perfect spot for novice divers and snorkelers to experience a wreck in shallow water, providing extended bottom time and plenty to see from the surface.

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Bermuda Shipwrecks: L’Herminie

The small island has been designated by more than one media source as the “Shipwreck Capital of the Atlantic,” with well over 200 wrecks between 20 and 100 feet.

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Famous Bermuda Wrecks: The Mary Celestia

The small island of Bermuda has been designated by more than one media source as the “Shipwreck Capital of the Atlantic”.

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