North Carolina Wreck Trip

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TO BOOK YOURSELF ON THIS TRIP CALL ECD ON[masked]-2216. NO SPACES ARE RESERVED ON MEET-UP.

About North Carolina Diving

Each dive in North Carolina is an experience lifted from the pages of National Geographic. The awe-inspiring shipwrecks come with fascinating and often tragic tales of submarine warfare, treacherous storms, and catastrophic collisions. Even the artificial reefs evoke compelling stories of navigational feats and wartime patrols. These shipwrecks are the Graveyard of the Atlantic and constitute an unparalleled symbolic collection of maritime history.

And the fish! Unlike the sedate suburban sprawl of coral reefs, each shipwreck is its own ecological metropolis, a bustling urban center emerging from a vast sandy plain where animals come to eat, breed, and seek protection from predators. On any given dive you'll see members from each link of the marine food chain and you'll see them in astounding numbers, from sponges and coral up to our beloved sand tiger sharks. Patrolling pelagics feed on giant schools of bait fish as huge turtles and rays glide along the bottom and colorful reef fish contrast against the scattered debris.

On that perfect day, when the sun is shining, the seas are calm, and the warm, clear water of the Gulf Stream provides almost unlimited visibility, North Carolina diving is as good as it gets anywhere in the world.


Accommodations

There are 2 different options for accomnodations fot the wreck trip. The most economical option is the dive facilty bunk house. Rooms are seperated with 3 to 6 bunks per room. They are clean, well lit and a great option if on a budget. The second option is the Boca Haror Suits. This hotel is a brand new addition to the dive facilty. If bunking isn't for you then the hotel is a great option for a little more luxury.

 

Dining

Dining will be at the local venues and restauraunts. There are supermarkets near by for those who prefer to eat in.

 

 

Trip Includes

4 days of accommodation

3 days of two tank boat dives

Option of Shark dive

Option of Spearfishing dive

Wreck dives from 70' to 120'

 

 

How much does this SWEET trip cost??

 

Well............$200 deposit secures your spot

And then the remaining balance from the below options.........

 

Diving plus accommodation in bunks

$565.00

Diving plus double accommodation in hotel

$775.00

Diving plus single accommodation in hotel

$1,065.00

 

 

 

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  • Guido C.

    I'm missing it already! Even the waking up at 6AM... Hopefully we will go back there soon!

    May 28, 2013

  • Christian P.

    Great all around. Definitely looking forward to going back!

    May 28, 2013

  • Natasha

    I've been wreck diving in North Carolina a few times when I lived there, the Hyde and Markam are the most popular since they are 18 miles off shore and close to each other. You are guaranteed to see sand tigers! I saw seven and swam with one :) I hope you guys have fun!

    May 22, 2013

  • Erin C.

    I'm looking for someone I can car pool with!

    April 1, 2013

  • Nick F.

    Hi Pep, We are going to car pool down there. If there are those who want to fly down and meet us down there they are also welcome to do so. We can take gear with us in the caravan if you choose to fly.

    June 6, 2012

  • Randy P.

    What are the transportation options?

    1 · June 5, 2012

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