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Feb 24, 2004

I’m looking for info on any really interesting, deep dive sites through out the world. I have dived extensively in the Red Sea and South Africa and am now looking to broaden my horizons. Any suggestions would be welcome.

I can suggest the Great Lakes to you if your into diving fully intact 100+ year old shipwrecks in pristine conditions.

As far as depths go you can pick your depth based upon your training, experience and comfort level.

BTW: Don't forget a drysuit and argon- you'll need both.

If you dont like the colder waters, try the Ionian islands in Greece. There is quite a budding technical community there and the deep diving and cave diving, although still in its infantcy over here, is good.

South Florida can offer some good tech diving. Much of it is artificial wrecks, but down in the Keys there are some historic wrecks.

Watch out for the big bull sharks that patrol the area at times, they are very curious.

Also, some cooler climates like the Uk, Canada and Norway offer great diving for the tech diver.

Some divers in Estonia have sent me some rocking piccies of their wrecks, which are in prostine condition.

The main difference you will experience are conditions and support for you as a tech diver.

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