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Wreck Diving
North Carolina

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North Carolina Expeditions 1998 - 2010

Read about the daily experiences, joys and tribulations of the annual North Carolina pilgrimage from 1998 through 2010! Visit some unique Outer Banks sites like the Wright Brothers Memorial, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Relocation and the Chicamacomico Life Saving Station.
Previous North Carolina Trips


EM Clark
EM Clark

The EM Clark rests on her port side in 250 feet of salt water with a basically intact hull - an impressive sight!

Lancing

The Lancing rests upside down with her keel rising off the bottom in 160 feet of salt water - a memorable sight!
Lancing

Manuela
Manuela

A forty foot section of the bow lies intact on its starboard side in the warm blue waters of the Gulf Stream.

Monitor

The Monitor, America's first ironclad warship, ushered in the modern era of steam-powered iron warships.
Monitor

Proteus
Proteus

The stern section of the Proteus rises thirty feet off the sand bottom with an impressive rudder, propellor and steering quadrant.


"Good Boat"

The Margie II, under the command of Captain Art Kirchner, offers dive charters out of Teach's Lair Marina in Hatteras Village, NC. Click on the image to go to the Captain Art's Atlantic Wreck Diving webpage. For more information, contact Captain Art.
Margie II

Paul Gacek
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Paul Gacek entering the warm blue waters of the Gulf Stream from the stern of the Margie II. Happiness is jumping in the water wearing a dive shop!

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