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Address: Keyswide Wreck Trek, Big Pine Key, FL
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Cool wreck for deep dive!

With the support of Underseas Dive Shop, Keys Huka Dive Center, and Looe Key Dive Center, we did our deep / wreck dive for our Advanced Open Water certification. It was a great... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2016
riverspirits
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Athens, AL, USA
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Athens, AL, USA
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Reviewed October 14, 2016

With the support of Underseas Dive Shop, Keys Huka Dive Center, and Looe Key Dive Center, we did our deep / wreck dive for our Advanced Open Water certification. It was a great dive site - excellent experience!

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Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed September 15, 2016

Fun dive ~ I would recommend this dive for advanced divers only but if your not an AOW diver then Looe Key Dive Center will provide a guide for you at a great price. Must be at least an OW diver with guide and dive computer!!! Awesome dive for sure!!!

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St. Augustine, Florida
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Reviewed April 20, 2015

This wreck is about 10 miles out or so, I have dove this twice now. I recommend going between March and November, seems too windy in the winter and the winds make for poor visibility. Usually a pretty good current and the site is in about 100 feet of water, three Goliath Grouper seem to frequent this wreck. I will... More 

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Burlington, Kentucky
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Reviewed December 3, 2014

Be aware here the currents can really get you. Caution is always advised around wreck diving. If the water is clear you can get some good views of Grouper and sharks here and loads of reef fish. This is open to fishing so be aware of lines in the water. Also this cuts down on the number of fish. There... More 

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Colorado
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Reviewed August 4, 2014

I went again with the great people from Innerspace Divers - this is really an excellent ship to dive. Great penetration into the ship = but nothing scary or intimidating or claustrophobic - great for diver's of all levels. Just go with a guide - you'll love it !

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