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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

THE WRECK OF THE LIZZIE D via THE SEAHAWK IN FREEPORT NY

We took a little drive south to dive with our friends on The Seahawk. We almost didn't make it out because of the wind. We went out to The Wreck of The Lizzie D. It was a rum runner that sank in 1922. What an awesome dive we had! Lots of cool wreckage and we even recovered something cool!

Click here or the image below to dive The Wreck of The Lizzie D with us!


Wednesday, July 9, 2014

WRECK OF THE IBERIA (FORWARD SECTION) OFF FREEPORT NEW YORK

Here is the video from our second dive on The Wreck of The Iberia. Lots of debris and wreckage all over. All kinds of secret spots for fish and other marine life to hide in. We came across a few eels. Some were shy and others were not to shy!

Click here or the image below to dive THE WRECK OF THE IBERIA (Forward Section).


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

THE WRECK OF THE IBERIA (AFT SECTION)

We were scheduled to dive in The Atlantic saturday but hurricane Arthur pushed us back a day. We dove with an dive boat called THE SEAHAWK out of Freeport, NY.  Today we dove a pretty easy inshore wreck called The Iberia. Here is a video of the first dive on the aft section.

Click here or the image below to dive The Iberia (Aft Section).



If you would like information on diving on THE SEAHAWK check out their Facebook page by clicking their logo!





Friday, July 4, 2014

THE BROWNSTONE WRECK OFF SOUTHPORT CT

A local fishing charter boat Captain asked us to check out some numbers. When we put them into our chart plotter we saw that we had already been there a year ago. Well it was close to where we were so we went down to check it out. Here is what we found.


Click here or the image below to see The Brownstone Wreck off Southport CT.






Sunday, June 29, 2014

THE BOULDER COAL SHIP - SOUTHPORT CT

We found an old debris field and decided to drop down and check it out! Turns out it was a coal ship wreck! Big boulders of coal laying around (hence the name). Some fish and lobsters living in and around down there!

Click here or the picture of the Sea Robin to dive THE BOULDER COAL SHIP.



This is a sonar image of the site.


Thursday, June 26, 2014

THE EAST WALL NEW HAVEN BREAKWATER!

While we were up in New Haven we stopped to check out one of the 3 breakwaters that protect New Haven Harbor. There was way more color than we anticipated. Just a chill mellow dive. So sit back and relax with us and the Starfish.


Click here or the image below to dive The East Wall Breakwater in New Haven.




Monday, June 23, 2014

THE PERKO FISHING WRECK IN NEW HAVEN CT

We had an unexpected day off and the weather was great! It was flat calm on the water so we zipped up to New Haven. While we were up there we decided to drop down and check out a wreck. It was "interesting". We ran into a blackfish and another cool looking fish... a sea bass. I had no idea they were blue and look like roosters.


Click here or the picture of the nutty sea bass below to dive The Perko Fishing Wreck off New Haven.