Wrecks of Southeastern North Carolina

Known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic the North Carolina coast is littered with wrecks. Many had succumb to violents seas or have been torpedoed by German U-Boats or have been sunk intentionally as artificial reefs. Regardless of how they found their way to the bottom of the sea, they provide us with great diving.

Here is a list of some of the more popular wrecks

 
Depth (ft)
Dist. (miles)

Skill level

40-50
3
Beginner
Sicony 8
40-50
3
Beginner
5-Mile Barges
35-45
5
Beginner
Figure 8 Tugs
40-45
6
Beginner
55-65
14
Beginner-Intermediate
55-65
14
Beginner-Intermediate
Stone Tug (with video)
50-65
14
Beginner-Intermediate
Alton Lennon (The Schoolhouse)
75-85
18
Intermediate
55-85
18
Intermediate
50-85
18
Intermediate
75-95
25
Intermediate
Esso Nashville (with video)
80-110
34
Experienced
Normannia (with video)
100-115
40
Experienced
Rosin Wreck (with video)
85-115
45
Experienced
105-115
43
Experienced
115-120
46
Experienced

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