Hunting New England Shipwrecks

Photo Gallery

Only a small percentage people become divers. But those who do, get to explore the underwater world, meet interesting people, and enjoy some neat experiences. New England divers are a particularly hearty breed because they do most of their diving in cold water. The pictures in this gallery show a variety of New England diving activities.

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Doing it the hard way
Bill Carter collection)
Diver Chip Kelly
ready to hit the water
Better than an artifact
Paul Greene's catch
(Photo by author)
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Ice diving with the
South Shore Neptunes
(Photo by author)
Into the water
(Photo by author)
Back on the boat
(Photo by author)
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Planning the dive
(Photo by author)
Surface interval
on Bill Palmer's Pilotfish
(Photo by author)
Exploring a wreck
(Paul Sherman collection)
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Brad Luther (center)
a pioneer wreck hunter
(1980 photo by author)
Decompression stop
(Photo from the Web)
Diver Joe Hohman
with another nice find
(Photo by author)
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Bob Yeagle (left), John Lydon
& Dave Daley with artifacts
(John Lydon collection)
Fred Calhoun & Dave Clancy
long-time dive buddies
(Author's collection)
Dave Knibbs, John Stanford
& Al Langner - dive buddies
(Photo by author)

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