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We dived on this wreck in May 2013. 03:49

Minos
Denmark

Super fast underwater currents in a 35m channel dive near HP reef, it blasted us through into the atoll, after filming part of the full-on drift dive all we could do is find some bare rock to hold or hook on too as the current tried to knock us of the reef & into the blue which happened to my buddie "Chang" didnt see him for 35min's! in the mean time im hanging on a overhang ledge with the current flapping me like a flag.. obviously i can't film anything! so i start to leap frog from one rock to another & take cover from the ragging current with up & down currents thrown into the mix!! dont get me wrong i loved every second of it!!! from this point divers are flying past me at great knots! at one point i had hold of a big rock about half the size of me & it started to move as i held on to it with both hands in the current!! as we drop back along the reef we find some cover from the torrent of water entering the inner atoll and regrouped, thats when i see my buddie again looking abit wide eyed... he was blown clean of the reef into the blue & took him a good 20mins to get back & used most of his air in doing so... 
 
Fantastic drift dive!!!  best to date! 

This is what drift diving the Maldives is all about... 03:19

HP Reef
Maldives

An unidentified trawler shipwreck rests on Stellwagen Bank in 105-110 feet of water. The trawler is broken into four pieces; its pilothouse, hull, stern, and net reel. Smaller hull fragments surround the site. As the shipwreck sits on a mostly featureless sand bottom, it attracts schools of cod and pollock that hide within its structure. The identity of this trawler has not been determined and the sanctuary is seeking help from anyone who might know its name. The trawler lies within the Outbound Lane of the Port of Bostons Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS). Vessel operators should follow all regulations pertaining to the safe operation of vessels in a TSS. Video courtesy of NOAA/SBNMS. 03:06

Unidentified Trawler Shipwreck
United States of America

Fried egg jellies, Phacellophora Camtschatica on the barge at the Redondo Beach Artificial Reef. 04:46

Redondo Beach Artificial Reef
United States of America


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