Advanced/Technical Wreck diving along the east coast

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  1. Will_C

    Will_C Second Unit

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    I'm getting my full cave diving certification this fall along with the advanced nitrox, decompression procedures and extended range classes. I've already certified in advanced and rescue diving, and I've received my master diver certification. I've also certified in the following specialties: night/limited vis., nitrox, wreck, deep, u/w navigation, computer, search & recovery, drysuit and u/w photography. I have to get some experience in the deeper ranges before I'll qualify for Trimix and Heliox, but I intend to get those classes when I'm eligible. My main goal is to be able to dive on the deeper wrecks like the Andrea Doria and others in the Atlantic that are below the recreational depth limits. I've been to the U-352 off NC which is at the 130'limit and several other wrecks in NC and FL that are at or above the limit. I was just wondering if there are any other wreck divers here who have sugestions about good wreck dives and can share their experiences. Thanks.
     
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