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Shipwrecks Near Wabasso

Discussion in 'Apps, Book and Media Reviews' started by Avonthediver, Sep 15, 2017.

  1. Avonthediver

    Avonthediver Solo Diver

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: Ocala, Florida
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    Since moving to Florida I have been hunting down those not normal and hidden gems of diving and have found the 1715 Treasure Fleet to be alot of fun as a subject and hunting down the wreck locations as they are scattered up and down what is called the treasure coast, you would think a beach dive with known locations would be easy but nope sand, surf & surge with a very small dive season window has made them interesting.

    I stopped in at KellyCo Metal Detectors one afternoon and while looking at their 1715 coins and shipwreck finds over the years I found a book called Shipwrecks near Wabasso, this happens to be a lobster hot spot for me so I picked up this book and found it a short but very good read with map's of the wrecks and back story with a how to find them...not as easy as all that I must say!

    Anywho if you are looking for a good read about old shipwreck ' s from 1715 this is a thumbs up!
     
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