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wxboy911
09-11-2007, 10:30
Is there a database of Wrecks giving location and conditions? I know there are lots of sites on the web but I was wondering if there is one place that covered most if not all of that sort of thing?

CompuDude
09-11-2007, 13:06
Best bet is going to be a regional resource. I think the CA Wreck Divers have a resource like that for a majority of California wrecks, but they don't list stuff in your area. If you have an analogous club, that may be a good place to start.

plot
09-11-2007, 18:43
I've only found regional.

For the great lakes there's this database: http://www.boatnerd.com/swayze/shipwreck/
which has tons of info, but nothing really on diving.

for north carolina this is a decent page:
http://www.nc-wreckdiving.com/shipwrecks.html
which is geared towards diving.

for california you got
http://www.cawreckdivers.org/
which is geared towards diving and pretty good. think you gotta be a member to get the cordinates or something? still lots of good info their.

anywhere in particular you were looking for wrecks at?

wxboy911
09-11-2007, 20:05
No locations in particular...I guess if I found a wreck intensive area it would help me plan my next dive vacation. Thanks for all the input.

texdiveguy
09-11-2007, 20:14
http://thedecostop.com/wrecks/db/

Capt Hook
09-11-2007, 20:18
I know you can get lists for the Keys and the Great Lakes, imagine there are lists for other areas as well.