Many technical divers familiar with the wreck consider the Andrea Doria to be the Mount Everest of scuba diving.
Mastering the sport of diving can only be achieved by taking the plunge again and again and working on those skills that need the most improvement.
Blue Seasons Bali took me out to experience the famous USAT liberty wreck and Menjangan Island.
The creator behind this novel idea is Andreas Franke who brought a team with him to install twelve incredible images on the decks of the sunken ship for avid art fans and inquisitive scuba divers.
There is nothing quite like a wreck dive. Descending downwards into an enigma of ecosystems, the experience is subliminal.
Scattered around the islands of Chuuk in Micronesia are over 300 wrecks, many of which rest in less than 50 feet of crystal clear and perfectly warm and calm water.
As excitement and fear coursed through my body, the last thing I saw before I submerged into the water were the thumbs down signals from the other divers in my entourage.
*This is a guest blog post by Jon Milnes One thing I love about diving is to be underwater; underwater…
If someone asked you to go diving in what used to be one of the most polluted stretches of water…
Located approximately about 1.5 miles off shore of Grand Bahama Island, west of Silver Point, in just over 100 feet of water lies Theo’s Wreck.