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I was visiting Key West a week ago and hooked up with Captain's Corner Dive Shop. I had booked my trip a couple months in advance and found Captain Corners dive shop on the internet. The first two morning Dives were on the Vandenberg. I...More
Since this wreck is so deep, in 2 short dives to 100' you can't even see 1/2 the ship. It would take multiple days/dies to see all 520 feet of the ship. There are some dive through where you can see the light at the...More
It's a good wreck, but visibility is extremely variable. It's worth the money to not have to find your way off the wreck in bad viz and heavy current. Also, it'd be worth it to request Nitrox for the dives if you're certified.
If you are in Key West, this is a must dive for any diver with a few dives under their belt. The wreck dive is the second largest man made artificial reef wreck in the world. This is an advanced open water dive, so beware,...More
This was my first dive on the Vandenberg. We used Captains Corner for our dive trip. Great Operation Great Crew but thats for a deferent review. ( It's gonna be a good one) :) Back to the berg. The sea conditions were good, the current...More
Got in four dives on the Vandenberg and could do another 10 without getting bored at all. There is so much to see on the outside of the wreck, and the inside is just as stunning. I have done a few wrecks, but this one...More
Wonderful experience! For my son (16) and I it was our first time going to 100ft. We went an instructor from Captain's Corner Dive CenterThe ship is truly spectacular with interesting sea life around. We encountered a 6-7 foot long free swimming Moray Eel along...More