Dive Sites

Sherman Wreck

Sherman Wreck

The Sherman lies in 52 ft. of water approximately 7 miles off the coast. Originally named the Princess Royal, She started her life as a British blockade runner. The Sherman was captured off the coast of Charleston and was then converted to a federal gunboat. She sank on January 10, 1874. This is a good dive for a beginner to intermediate diver.

Mt. Dirfy's

Mt. Dirfy's

This 400 ft. Greek freighter sunk in 1936. She lies in 30 ft. of water, with a bottom depth of 45 ft. at the stern. This wreck is great for all divers.

Megalodon Ledge

Megalodon Ledge

The Megalodon Ledge is located off the coast of Southport, NC and is a great dive site to find some of the highly sought-after and most prized Megalodon teeth in the world. This is one of Blackbeard's premier charters. A diver must have an Advance certification & safety sausage for this dive.

Raritan

Raritan

This wreck is a 251 ft ship that sank in 1942 in 80 ft. of water. The Raritan is in two sections with the bow having been separated from the rest of the wreck. The bow and stern sections are still intact on this vessel. This dive is good for an intermediate diver.

Beach Dive

Beach Dive

Suitable for all ages and all levels of diving experience!

City of Houston

City of Houston

This wreck is a 290 ft. long single engine steam ship that carried passengers and freight on a voyage between New York and Galveston. She sank on October 23, 1878 in 90 feet of water 34 miles off Southport. This is a good dive for an intermediate diver.

Frying Pan Tower

Frying Pan Tower

The Frying Pan Tower is 32 miles off of Southport. This is a fantastic dive with Sand Tiger Sharks, King Mackerel, Dolphin, Angelfish & many more. This site is around 55’ deep with outstanding visibility. Current is likely at this dive site, so a safety sausage is required.

Megalodon Ledge
Hyde & Markham
Frying Pan & Greg Mickey Wreck
Liberty Ship
Mt. Dirphy's
City of Houston

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City of Houston

This wreck is a 290 ft. long single engine steam ship that carried passengers and freight on a voyage between New York and Galveston. She sank on October 23, 1878 in 90 feet of water 34 miles off Southport. This is a good dive for an intermediate diver.