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North Carolina Wreck & Shark Tooth Diving: August 31— September 4, 2023

Dive the graveyard of the Atlantic and search for fossilized megalodon teeth that are millions of years old.


Dates: August 31— September 4, 2023


Cost:   $849/ Diver / Double Occupancy

             $1049/ Diver / Single Occupancy

             $449 / Non Diver / Double Occupancy

· 4 nights’ accommodations at Suburban Studios (with kitchen)

· 3 days of boat dives including: John D. Gill, Hyde, Frying Pan Tower, Shark Tooth Ledge, Sue's Ledge and Markham

The Frying Pan Tower is 32 miles off of Southport. This is a fantastic dive with Sand Tiger Sharks, King Mackerel, Dolphin, Angelfish & many more. This site is around 55’ deep with outstanding visibility. Current is likely at this dive site, so a safety sausage is required.

The Megalodon Ledge is located off the coast of NC and is a great dive site to find some of the highly sought-after and most prized Megalodon teeth in the world. A diver must have an Advance certification & safety sausage for this dive.

The Hyde is a purpose-sunk wreck that is a stunning part of the North Carolina Artificial Reef program. Sunk in 1988, she is 215 ft hopper dredge resting at ~85 feet. The Hyde is home to a huge variety of marine life and every dive brings the chance to see something new. Fully grown Sand Tiger Sharks are frequent visitors during warmer months of the year.

The John D. Gill is WWII causality that sunk in 1942. Resting 25 miles off of Masonboro Inlet in 95 ft of water, the Gill is over 500 ft long and is best visited over several dives. With blue water the norm on this site, you never know what might show up to visit on this dive.

· Boat Fuel Charge

Advanced Certification Required

You provide:


· Transportation to and from, meals,  dive boat gratuities, dive gear including tanks and weights, dive & travel Insurance


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The Graveyard of the Atlantic gets its name from the wrecks in NC

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