Explore the Incredible Ship Graveyard of the Red Sea
The Red Sea is a treacherous body of water known for its storms, fierce currents, chains of reefs and submerged islands. As a result, the seabed is home to what is arguably one of the world’s most impressive ship graveyards, with wrecks both merchant and military scattered across the bottom.
USS Kittiwake in Grand Cayman first wreck dive to be, February 2013!
Diving the USS Kittiwake, Grand Cayman... Can't wait until my trip!
On April 30th of 2000, the World Discoverer was sailing through the Sandfly Passage in the Solomon Islands when she struck an uncharted rock or reef. Captain Oliver Kruess heroically nursed the listing liner into shallow Roderick Bay in the Florida Islands, where all aboard were safely evacuated. The World Discoverer, however, remains where it was beached in 2000, stripped of anything valuable by local islanders.
Ship Graveyard of Truk Lagoon, Micronesia
Diving the Ship Graveyard of Truk Lagoon, Micronesia |