Thursday, January 14, 2016

Diving USS Kittiwake, Grand Cayman


They’re often two camps divided: those who seek out only “real” wrecks, and those who happily dive artificial ones. And yet, the ships served in the same fleets, the same wars — the difference is only fate. Real shipwrecks suffered tragic blows; ships that become artificial reefs are scuttled at a precise moment in a precise location. Those who know these artificial reefs well could argue that they pack these very same thrills — if you just know where to look. By Brooke Morton via :

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