Underwater wrecks, hidden away from non-divers, are a three-dimensional history lesson exclusively made for scuba divers. Some wrecks originate from tragedy, and others are sunk on purpose. A wreck dive can be a sunken ship, boat, car, plane, or even a train. Wreck diving gives us a sense of scale […]Read more ›
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Situated in the South Pacific Ocean, Vanuatu is made up of 83 islands and is the perfect destination for diving. Vanuatu is home to the well-known wreck SS President Coolidge at Espiritu Santo. Although many divers come to Vanuatu to dive this wreck, there are many other incredible dive sites […]Read more ›
“Does any one know where the love of God goes when the waves turn the minutes to hours?” – Gordon Lightfoot Diving on a WWII wreck helps us connect to our heritage and gain insight into our past. When our favorite diving environments host a piece of history, it’s our […]Read more ›
When exploring the underwater world, many scuba divers rely on a waterproof compass to find their way back to the boat. Navigating a shipwreck, however, can be more challenging. The presence of metal (of which is usually in abundance around a wreck) may interfere with the compass’s magnetism, meaning you […]Read more ›
The list of amazing wreck sites can go on and on… All across the world there are hidden and popular sites that attract divers of all skill levels. From the most experienced to the novice, divers cannot resist the allure of a mysterious sunken ship. There is plenty to discover, what […]Read more ›
Congratulations to Tony Ernst, April’s winner of the ScubaEarth GoPro Video Contest! Tony, a PADI Instructor at Pompano Beach Dive Center, Pompano, FL, USA receives a GoPro Hero3+, underwater housing and filter set courtesy of our friends at GoPro. Tony’s video, Shipwreck Diving in Pompano Beach, is a high-speed laundry list […]Read more ›