Within an hour's drive of Boston, divers can explore wrecks and rocky drop-offs in the chilly waters off Cape Ann.
Fifty years after sinking, "the mount everest of wreck diving" still fascinates divers.
July's issue of Scuba Diving magazine includes a story on the diving off Cape Ann, Mass. The signature wreck dive of the region is the Chester Poling, a 1,500-ton coastal tanker violently swallowed up by the ...
Evelyn Bartram Dudas was newly certified in 1966 when she was invited to speak to at local Lions Club luncheon about the novel sport of scuba diving. During her talk she vowed to become the first woman to dive the Andrea Doria. The following ...
Though the wreck is in a rapid state of decay, it still attracts divers who want to prove their skills. See what it takes to join the roster of successful Andrea Doria divers.
In the early 1970s Don Rodocker and Chris DeLucchi formed a new company, Saturation Systems Inc. Drawing on their extensive training and experience as U.S. Navy saturation divers (Rodocker was selected to make the first 850 foot saturation dive; ...
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No ship has done more to shape the face of modern wreck diving than the Italian luxury liner Andrea Doria.
The Northeast's Shipping Graveyard
In life, she faithfully hauled oil and kerosene up and down the North Atlantic. In death, she is more vibrant than ever...
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