U-352 Dive

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Tyler HalfTheHill

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Good day! I'm making a trip home up to coastal VA here in a few weeks and wanted to take advantage of my time to make a detour down to Morehead and hopefully splash on the U-352 wreck. Just wondering what the average water temp/vis is in late April. As a Keys diver I know I am going to freeze haha!
 

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Late April will still be chilly. You might lucky and do a little better, but I would plan for something in the 65-68 range.
 

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Late April will still be chilly. You might lucky and do a little better, but I would plan for something in the 65-68 range.

Chilly is a relative term, I am heading to the U853 next month, the surface water temp today is 41F!
 

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Good day! I'm making a trip home up to coastal VA here in a few weeks and wanted to take advantage of my time to make a detour down to Morehead and hopefully splash on the U-352 wreck. Just wondering what the average water temp/vis is in late April. As a Keys diver I know I am going to freeze haha!

Hi Tyler,

Contact Discovery in Beaufort or Olympus in Morehead City.

You will likely have to do some slight pre-planning as the U-352 is not visited every day, and because it's one of the furthest out of the regularly dived wrecks, it is very weather dependent.

I've been on the U-352 four times, one of my favorites.

Rose.

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Anyone diving the wreck tomorrow with Olympus? Timing worked out perfectly to dive the boat on the anniversary of its sinking
 
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