I am a Shipwreck addict! Best Caribbean wrecks?

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TTPaws

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Brockville is Canada's warm water diving. 3mm is plenty in the summer.
Sorry, as much as I loved diving the wrecks in that stretch it was NEVER a 3mm. In August I never wore less then a 7mm, I think I saw 72 F one year. Now that I am acclimated to the USVIs I'll probably have to dive my drysuit in August :rofl3:
 

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There are a few PARs on the Northwest coast of St Croix (out of Butler Bay). At least one boat does the dive, although I do it as a surface swim and then deco on the way back.
 

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Sorry, as much as I loved diving the wrecks in that stretch it was NEVER a 3mm. In August I never wore less then a 7mm, I think I saw 72 F one year. Now that I am acclimated to the USVIs I'll probably have to dive my drysuit in August :rofl3:
Yes, I guess it depends on where you are from. I was in Cozumel one winter when I was happily diving in a t-shirt and shorts a couple from Texas were in 5 mm wetsuits, hoods and gloves and shivering on the surface interval while I was suffering from the heat.
 
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