The sea not only holds amazing variety of colorful marine life, but many ships have found their watery grave in its depths. The shipwrecks nowadays found on the seabed normally originate from the World War II. Wreck diving lets scuba divers get in touch with history so they could easily imagine the real events that took place on the ship many years ago, and see with their own eyes the consequences of some tragedies of the World War II.
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Related: While going wreck diving at Mauritius, don't miss out Stella Maru, at Trou aux Biches on the Mauritius' North West coast. * * * Benwood Wreck: this dive site is located within the limits of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary area, resting there on the sea bed at the depth of 25 to 55 feet under the sea water surface level. Since sinking the wreck has turned into an artificial reef providing habitat to many species of sea fish. The Benwood Wreck is considered to be one of the best shallow wreck dive sites in the Key Largo area - good for novice diver. Wreck Diving Links: Wreck diving in Thailand, artificial reef diving.
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