The Quarries of Northwest Ohio

Ohio is more than a flat cornfield. Northwest Ohio quarries are unknown diving gems. Divers can practice their skills and explore unique attractions sunk specifically to entertain divers. Read more about diving in Ohio.

Two divers approach a sunken speed boat

Catalina Island

Catalina Island is a small land mass barely 25 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. The coastline and area offer countless diving possibilities. Read more about diving around Catalina Island.

Two drysuit divers swim through kelp forest

Shipwreck Empire

North Carolina boasts 301 miles of coastline and is known as a wreck diver’s paradise. There are wrecks for every experience level from novice to advanced technical diving.

Dive photographer shoots image of shipwreck

Anacapa Island, California

Anacapa Island, California, offers divers pristine coral reefs, undersea arches, abundant fish and playful pinnipeds — allwithin 14

Pink garibaldi swims over pink plants

Alger Underwater Preserve

Even in the worst weather, Alger Underwater Pass in Lake Superior has reliably good diving — and great shipwrecks. Red more about diving at Alger Underwater Preserve.

Rusted propeller of a very large, sunken ship

Southern California Rig Diving

Southern California rig diving is exquisite and reiterates that sometimes the best diving is found in the unlikeliest places. Learn more about this diving in California.

An ocean rig on a clear afternoon

Diving Wild in Browning Pass, British Columbia

Browning Pass in British Columbia is packed with wildlife and things for divers to see. If you can handle the cool waters, you’re in for a treat at Browning Pass.

Wolf eel chomps down on a hard-shelled crustacean

Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve, Michigan

Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve is off the coast of Michigan and is a great dive site. Read more about this locale.

Drysuit diver takes a photo of a sponge-encrusted shipwreck

Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Texas

Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary has corals and small reef fish, but keep your eyes open for larger predators like whale sharks. Learn more about diving this Texas marine sanctuary.

A giant manta ray swims

Thunder Bay Photo Gallery

Becky Kagan Schott provides a photo gallery of images from the shipwreck destination of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron.

Engine room of the Norman at Thunder Bay