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Pensacola Wreck Diving

Wreck

Several Dates Available: As Florida’s leading Gulf coast port, Pensacola has seen more than its share of shipwrecks. These run the gamet from pleasure craft to large freighters. Even when the weather is less-than-cooperative, many inshore wrecks remain accessible. It’s safe to say that Pensacola offers something for nearly every serious wreck diver. More…

Gulf of Mexico Rig Diving

Oil RigCharters on demand: People often ask us if there is any diving closer to New Orleans than the Florida Panhandle. There is. Grand Isle Scuba operates a 29-foot Topaz that caters to both divers and fisherman. The Rig Diver is a comfortable 29’ twin-diesel Topaz with a custom ladder and platform. More…

Panama City Wreck Diving

PhilippinesSeptember 1-3, 2017 (Labor Day Weekend): Over the years, Panama City has become synonymous with wreck diving. The beneficiary of an early and aggressive artificial reef program, the waters off this Florida Panhandle beach town are littered with the remains of freighters, warships, tugs, barges, OSVs — virtually any sort of vessel imaginable. More…

Wakatobi Dive Resort, Sulawesi, Indonesia

AnemoneSeptember 29-October 13, 2018: Wakatobi is a luxury dive resort in Sulawesi, Indonesia. In a tranquil setting far from crowds and cities, with no other divers for at least 100 miles, Wakatobi seamlessly blends five-star amenities and civilized comforts with a pristine natural environment; a pairing that has secured its reputation as one of the world’s finest resorts. More…

Barbados

WreckNovember 19-25, 2017: Barbados’ reefs offer some of the richest variety of fish and coral found in the Caribbean. Shallow reefs and wrecks are ideal for the novice, while deeper reefs and wrecks will be sure to tantalize and challenge the experienced diver. More…

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