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Canada wrecks
Hi, My name is Sam Cote from Québec, Canada. This is my web site about the St. Lawrence River wrecks www.lecimetieredusaint-laurent.com Sam
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samcote
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3 December Monday, 3:52 PM
by samcote
View Locations in Google Earth
I have made a cople of files that show Wreck Locations in Google Earth. www.tjengineering.co.uk/Files/ShipWrecks.kmz The above has info from ...
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TheGoast
2482
24 November Saturday, 10:03 AM
by TheGoast
Winter diving on Sunfish of Brixham
Winter diving: During December and January Sunfish Charters are offering a special rate for diving. If you book and pay for your divi ...
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Sunfish
2322
26 October Friday, 9:10 AM
by Sunfish
Removing Nets from Wrecks: Best way...?
Hello there! I was wondering if anyone has any advice on the best way to clean up a wreck filled up with fishing nets; cutting piece by piece, ...
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seartur
2506
4 October Thursday, 3:06 AM
by devilgas
spaces on 'Leopoldville' trip
I have a limited number of spaces on a 3 day trip out of Weymouth using Skin Deep .... 10/11/12 Sept Day 1 will be a mid channel wreck - Ill ...
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neil holden
2313
3 September Monday, 5:10 PM
by neil holden
hi Newbie wreck diver here
Hi, hope this is the right forum and I don't upset any hard core divers with my newbie post, sorry if I do. I've been diving for a few years, but ...
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andy_mos
2434
16 July Monday, 7:42 AM
by andy_mos
Ingenieur Riebell - X23 - ex Traffic
Hello, I found some informations about ex-Traffic's wreck sunk by a British torpedeo in 1941. Can someone please give me more informations a ...
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Belgenland
2285
11 July Wednesday, 10:09 AM
by Belgenland
wrecks bristol channel
Salvage & Survey vessel working in bristol channel area ,skipper would like local knowledge of wrecks from any divers in this area.
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salvor
2822
18 June Monday, 12:08 PM
by Choc Man
Two ships were sunk in Bodrum, Turkiye as artificial reefs
Hi, Two naval ships were sunk in Bodrum, Turkiye in May 2007 as artificial reefs by Bodrum Underwater Association. PINAR 1 was a Naval water sh ...
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SherotheCat
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5 June Tuesday, 2:16 PM
by SherotheCat
Shio Histories and Casualties
Diving and other organisations often contact me through www.naval-history.net for information on ship histories and casualties, especially World ...
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naval-history
2280
21 April Saturday, 10:57 AM
by naval-history
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