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Hercules C-130

   Jordan  Red Sea
Wreck

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Hercules C 130

   Jordan  Red Sea
Hercules C 130

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Neptune Memorial Reef

   United States  Atlantic (North American coastal)
The Neptune Memorial Reef at a depth of 40 feet is 3.25 miles (5.2 km) off the coast of Key Biscayne, Florida. Originally planned as a replica of the Lost City of Atlantis, beautiful columns, starfish, memorial plaques, and a lion statue form the world’s largest man-made reef (covering over 600,000 sq feet). This is an underwater cemetery where cremated remains are mixed with cement to form features of the Reef and memorial plaques are added.

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Olyver's Canyon

   Japan  Red Sea
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Carval Rock

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Carval Rock lies just north of St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Schools of tarpon and baitfish are common, along with sea turtles and reef sharks. There can be a stiff current.

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dharavandhoo reef

   Maldives
dharavandhoo has top dive spot to see manta, but also to see turtle, eel, eagle ray and a lot of reef fish. Unfortunately a lot of coral suffer the bleaching problem but a lot of sea life around the pinnacle

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Cow and Calf Rocks

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Calf Rock is known for colorful ledges with schools of snappers and grunts. Cow Rock has several swim-throughs, the best known of which is the "Champagne Cork".

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Lovango Cay

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Sand bottom with patches of coral

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Ledges of Little St. James

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Series of ledges with colorful coral and sponges growing on top and underneath. The Orange Cup Coral under the ledges is often open during the day. Schools of grunts, lobsters, and an occasional nurse shark are common sights.

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Congo Cay

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Great wide angle and macro subjects, beautiful reef

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Misenum

   Italy  Mediterranean Sea
Deep coral reef

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Stevens Cay

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Stevens Cay is a beautiful dive site featuring several ledges where you will find colonies of Orange Cup Coral, Bluebell Tunicates and other colorful corals and sponges. Schools of Grunts, Snappers and Blue Tang are a common sight.

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Mingo Cay

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Fringing reef drops down to large turtle grass bed, then another fringing reef. Beautiful, diverse dive site.

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Parede Quarteira dive site

   Portugal
Quarteira Openwaters dive centre. Portugal

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Vanishing Rocks

   Virgin Islands (British)  Caribbean Sea
Nice Dive, beautiful reef

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Grass Cay

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Beautiful, shallow coral gardens with several stands of healthy Staghorn Coral

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Hawksnest Bay, St. John

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Large stands of Elkhorn Coral, schools of baitfish and Blue Tang, many other tropical fish. This is primarily a snorkel site, but diving does occur here.

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French Cap Island

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
French Cap is one of the best dives in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It is a small uninhabited island that lies south of St. John Island. The visibility is always excellent and a great site to see reef sharks. There can be rough seas and strong currents, so it is only possible to dive there on very calm days.

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Dog Rocks

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
Rocky outcrops east of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

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French Cap

   Virgin Islands U.S.  Caribbean Sea
French Cap is one of the best dives in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It is a small uninhabited island that lies south of St. John Island. The visibility is always excellent and a great site to see reef sharks. There can be rough seas and strong currents, so it is only possible to dive there on very calm days.

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