Re: There is plenty to see on our wrecks


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Posted by Max Bottomtime on October 09, 2004 at 20:23:04:

In Reply to: Re: There is plenty to see on our wrecks posted by So Cal Divin on October 09, 2004 at 19:45:04:

The last shot is the Diosa del Mar at Ship Rock in less than fifteen feet, so I think you could freedive it. :-)))
I have dropped my anchor right in the hole a couple of times. Makes it easy to get to the site, but it also means having to lift anchor and chain forty feet just to drop it again. Dropping the anchor in the hole here is the very reason I began keeping a liftbag clipped to the chain. At one of the Caissons there is a hole broken in the cement at the base large enough to swim through. I love circumnavigating the base then swimming through the hole and ascending inside. Forty foot vertical walls covered by marine life in the middle of a sandy desert is quite the underwater oasis.


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