If you are a technical diver or need an incentive to up your diving skills, then look no further than these sites.
Technically, the dives sites covered in this post require a technical certification, many can be dived with a recreational rating.
Among the top deep dive sites as presented by scubardiverlife.com is:
Ss Yongala, Ttownsville, Queenslamd Australia. The SS Yongala was sunk by a cyclone in 1911 and lies in about 90 feet of water. This wreck presents huge assortment of all types of marine life that seem to just flock around this wreck. The location is somewhat perfect for divers with great visibility and currents.
The Andrea Doria, Nantucket Ma. US. This wreck dive is known as the “Mount Everest” of Scuba Diving. This dive site requires exceptional technical diving skills. it sits in over 200 feet of cold water ( 40 – 48 degrees) with strong currents.
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