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Tag Archive: wreck diving


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Landing Craft Tank (LCT) Wreck – Subic Bay, Philippines This is a lovely wreck in Subic Bay, perfect of novice divers and wreck enthusiasts.  Locally known as the “LCU” (Landing Craft Utility) it was incorrectly identified at some point in the past – but the name endures, despite the correct designation being Landing Craft Tank (LCT). The […]

Dive Truk Lagoon    Appeared in DIVER August 2014 (by Rod MacDonald) Ask wreck-divers where in the world they would most like to be, and the answer ’Truk’ would come as little surprise. Wreck expert ROD MACDONALD has taken time out from Scottish wrecks to write a guide to the iconic diving destination in Micronesia […]

Defining Wreck Diving Restrictions by Andy Davis Very few diving agencies go into detail about wreck diving restrictions. Those that do, tend to limit their definition to either ‘not restricted’ or ‘restricted’. That definition hinges upon whether two divers could pass through simultaneously when sharing gas.  The intention of this is to prevent recreational divers […]

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Relocating a Lost Guideline – Skills for Wreck Divers Technical Diving knowledge share by Andy Davis This article, by Jim Wyatt, was originally published in Underwater Spelology.  I have reproduced the article here, as the issue of relocating a lost guideline also demands the attention of wreck divers at all levels. In the event of a […]

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UNDER THREAT – THE WRECKS OF SUBIC BAY This article was published by Dive Magazine, it’s a little bit out-of-date now, but the issue of illegal salvage from the Subic Bay wrecks persists – with several wrecks (USS New York and San Quentin) closed to divers for a short time during 2012 because of illegal […]