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Reef Dive Isla Homigas Marine Reserve Cabo de Palos Spain 04:15

Bajo de Dentro
Spain

Freediving the Antipolis Wreck

This time I explore the insides of a wrecked oil tanker Antipolis. It's hugely underrated dive site. Its my first time wreck diving with such great options to penetrate. I think we even found a few new hidden sections inside the wreck.

Its located near Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa. Water was a freezing cold 8 degrees on the surface and 7c down below.

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Thanks orcatorch for giving me this cool light to check out. Really helped when scouting out this wreck. http://www.orcatorch.com/product/1384844090.html 05:18

Antipolis Wreck
South Africa

Wreck of "vaporetto Milano" in Capolago (Switzerland)
The vaporetto was an old touristic boat 04:51

Relitto Milano
Switzerland

The USS Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg is on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, in about 140 feet of water seven miles off Key West.
Divers have confirmed that it is sitting upright, with the keel in the sand.
The former troop transport ship successfully sunk in about two minutes at about 10:21 a.m. today, May 27, 2009.
After two audible explosions, plumes of smoke rose and the ship slowly descended, apparently settling upright on the bottom. 
"It's looking good, it's looking good, it's going down straight," Capt. Sheri Lohr said as the Vandenberg gradually disappeared. "For once I'm speechless."
Lohr is one of the co-founders of project organizer Artificial Reefs of the Keys.
Sinking the 522-foot-long mothballed Navy ship, the world's second-largest artificial reef, was a decade-long project.

BEHOLD....It was a SIGHT to See!
(Video courtsey of Monroe County Tourist Development) 01:37

USS Vandenburg
United States of America


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