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Dive Hacks: Tips for Wreck Diving

Always wanted to explore a wreck, but not sure where to start? We've got tips on wreck diving from a pro that will have you down there (safely) in no time.

Waikiki Dive Center, Oahu

Oahu’s first PADI IDC delivers the utmost safety and an unforgettable experience.

Aaron’s Dive Shop, Oahu, Hawaii

For more than 50 years, this Oahu favorite operator has delivered standout service

Wreck Diving in the Bahamas with Stuart Cove's

The Bahamas is known as the “Wreck Capital of the Caribbean”. With thousands of sunken hulks buried beneath the sand and reef, about 50 wrecks are safely accessible to divers. Most of them surround New Providence Island and were sunk by Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas over the last 30 years. Some have been moved from Nassau Harbor, others sunk intentionally, but the result is still the same: giving divers a new thrill and the ocean a new reef.

Pensacola’s YDT-14 Wreck

One of the highlights of diving in Pensacola is exploring the numerous shipwrecks located in the area. The Gulf of Mexico's warm waters and strong currents have created an ideal environment for wreck diving.

San Pablo: A Colorful Wreck Dive off Pensacola

Tourists flock to Florida’s Panhandle for its gorgeous Gulf beaches, but divers come for the wrecks that lie offshore

U.S.S. Oriskany

There are almost no better scuba bragging rights than diving an aircraft carrier.

Diving RMS Rhone in the Shadow of a Storm

Scuba Diving Magazine staffer Candice Landau travels to the British Virgin Islands in the shadow of a storm to seek out history and wreck diving.

Hen and Chickens

Hen and Chickens