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Thursday, August 27, 2015
We wanted some nice stainless steel chain but we didn't wanna pay for it. We figured we could just salvage a nice piece for free. So, we went over to Smithtown Bay's Artificial Reef on the New York side of The Sound! It wasn't the best visibility but it was super fun nevertheless.
Posted by Captain Denis at 5:56 PM
Sunday, August 23, 2015
We received an email from someone in Long Island. They told us that they had a few sets of numbers for some shipwrecks. They asked if we'd be interested in filming them. I am sure you can guess how we answered! OF COURSE we would! The site is called Ralph's Wreck and there are quite a few things to see down there!
Here are some sonar images of the site!
Posted by Captain Denis at 8:58 PM
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Holy Moly, We wanted to check out one site but we were unable to. The site we wanted to do was occupied by some fisherman who were planning on spending they day there. So we went to another site to simply investigate due to some interesting sonar imagery. We ended up stumbling on an unknown wreck and were able to recover a prize find. Come and experience the jubilation of an untouched unknown wreck!
Posted by Captain Denis at 10:25 PM
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Come on a short dive at Middleground Lighthouse in the (guess where) the middle of The Long Island Sound. Gorgeous colors, huge rocks and lots of tautog all over the place.
Saturday, August 8, 2015
One of our fisherman friends gave us some numbers for one of his productive spots. So of course, we went out to investigate. The only thing we like more than shipwrecks is marine life! We got there a little before low tide and we were not disappointed! We got to swim inside of a little school of Stripers! Finally after four years of filming we were able to catch some Bass on camera!
Saturday, August 1, 2015
While we were in Greenwich we stopped over on the north side of Great Captain's Island. We were told there were the remains of a large tug boat named THE KEVIN B at this site. A large engine was left after the hull and the ship were burned to the waterline in 1954. Wanna see what it looked like down there? We knew you would!
Posted by Captain Denis at 9:43 PM
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A clam boat lost its dredge and they gave us a call to recovery it. Strange things happen underwater and we went down to investigate. Come along on a unique dive with us and see what happens!
Posted by Captain Denis at 8:03 PM