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Thursday, July 30, 2015
A very short dive, and we mean VERY short dive on The wreck of The Thames ( also known as The Sugar Boat). The site is in shallow water just west of Greenwich Point. The site is marked and there is some current in the area. Not super fun in my opinion but this is what we have.
Posted by Captain Denis at 5:39 PM
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Last week we were on our way back from Greenwich Connecticut. During the trip we found something that looked interesting. Yesterday we took a ride out, suited up and checked it out. We believe it is some sort of cargo of metal, perhaps scrap. We also think the ship is considerably buried in the mud. It is also home to lots of lobster! We will have to come back to do some more exploring soon.
Posted by Captain Denis at 12:18 PM
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
We packed up The Squalus II and headed back down Greenwich way. A few years ago we scanned the site of The Poling Brothers Number 2. A 116ft tanker that sank after it struck ice on February 7th 1940. We plan to return to explore her some more.
Click here to dive The Poling Brothers Number 2 or click the image below.
Posted by Captain Denis at 9:09 PM
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
The North Shore of Long Island never ceases to amaze us! Way across on the other side of The Sound is Sound Beach New York. We splashed down and had very good visibility! We got to run into all kinds of cool marine life! Click the video below to dive with us.
Posted by Captain Denis at 8:07 AM
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
We woke up with the birds Tuesdays morning and took a nice ride to Bayville New York. We heard about a site that used to be a very popular shore dive. So, we went to investigate. A very big site for so close to shore and was a lot of fun to explore. We also got to see a very kind memorial on our dive.
Posted by Captain Denis at 3:47 PM
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
We went to investigate a site in Milford CT. When we got to the bottom it was a bit puzzling. Multiple pieces of fiberglass and lobster traps scattered about the bottom. We think a small boat was scuttled and a lobster trawl got entangled in the wreckage.
Click HERE or the image below to dive THE THREE PIECE WRECK.
Posted by Captain Denis at 7:36 PM