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Atlantic Divers Upcoming Dives

Wreck Divers are always looking for Something Different- Well check these exciting trips this season!

Saturday April 30 and Sunday May 1, Miss Lindsey to the John Morgan / Lillian Luckenbach     110 / 110 feet   W -ES  Experienced wreck divers will explore an abundance of  war cargo on each of these wrecks.... Boat, guide, breakfast, lunch, and Deco O2 included.  returns Sunday 4 p.m. (Special offshore trip).  A great value at only $180.00   Call to register (609) 641-7722

Wrecksters,
Two spots are open for the Saturday April 30 to Sunday May 1 on the new Miss Lindsey.  The John Morgan and the Lillian Luckenbach are must dives for photographers and artifact hunters.  The John Morgan is very popular and dived quite often by Virginia Beach boats.  The wreck is festooned with wooden cases of gun shells, copper sheathing, airplane parts, plus valentine tanks, jeeps, tractors and rare motorcycles.  Look for the small unique artifacts that lay mixed in the rubble.  Several brass flare guns, pistols, machine guns and rifles have been discovered buried in the cargo holds.  On one instance, a complete brass flare gun pistol was found laying in a Valentine tank.  Also small motorcycle insignias have brought top dollar when lucky finders have discovered these...
   
Divers have a second premier choice to dive the less visited Lillian Luckenbach.  The Luckenbach was in collision in March of 1943, a few months prior to the sinking of the Morgan.  Heavy inbound and outgoing traffic created the demise of both of these war bound freighters.  Like the more dived Morgan, the Luckenbach was also loaded with an equally huge cargo of war necessities.  Because the Luckenbach is a few miles further south east of the Morgan, most boat operators elect to stop short at the Morgan. Therefore the Morgan remains a more popular destination by default.  Less explored, fairly intact, lying starboard side up, the wreck of the Luckenbach can be easily navigated.  More openings allow the experienced diver to penetrate throughout the stern and the able artifact hunter can expect to find many unique discoveries.  Off the wreck in the mid section, several hull pieces still have attached portholes from the wheelhouse and machine guns protrude through the wreckage of airplane wings and mixed with assorted metal machine parts.  An awesome dive with great potential for notable finds is expected here.

These spots will fill so do not hesitate to call ASAP to lock in.  

Good Wreck Diving!
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We now have a waiting list for this dive. 

There are still openings for the Sea Lion this May June out of Atlantic City.  The difference in the diving will be the area we plan to tie in, to make the most productive dives. We will be dredging some wreck sites too. 

Don't miss out.  Call Today! (609) 641-7722 for more information and to sign up.

Good Diving!
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