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A very good shore dive with 3 differant sites of interest

The shore dive from Sunset Divers is a fun easy dive with 3 different sites. My dive was 65ft for... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
Wreck_Diver1
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Fort Myers, Florida
Interesting and picturesque dive

Very easy wreck to hit, about 6 minutes swim straight out from Sunset House and it sits at 20... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2012
Simon633069
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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Jun 30, 2018
“A very good shore dive with 3 differant sites of interest”
Oct 20, 2012
“Interesting and picturesque dive”
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Reviewed 1 July 2018

The shore dive from Sunset Divers is a fun easy dive with 3 different sites. My dive was 65ft for 55mins. First site was the mermaid followed by the LCM David Nicholson ending with the coral nursery. Not a deep dive or large wreck but...More

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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Very easy wreck to hit, about 6 minutes swim straight out from Sunset House and it sits at 20 metres. There's a buoy and shot tied off to it so if you don't want to dive to it from the shore, you can swim out...More

3  Thank Simon633069
Reviewed 24 July 2010

This is a great dive, close to shore at the amazing Sunset House. My wife and I were lucky enough to be inside the wreck when the Atlantis submarine came by on a tour and we both got to wave hello to the riders inside...More

12  Thank BurningFish
Reviewed 7 July 2006

Based on its 1:30 PM departure time from George Town, we tried to figure when the tourist submarine “Atlantis” might arrive at the wreck of the LCM “Nicholson” – where Jordan and I had encountered it two years earlier – but were not even sure...More

4  Thank lajollabob
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