The Comanche Wreck Scuttled in 1992, the Comanche had an exciting career on the Great Lakes as a former icebreaker.
- Advanced Open Water required
- Certified Divers
The trip out to these sites is about an hour and forty-five minutes each way.
Straight from New York City, these subway cars were sunk by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to create artificial reef systems, and the fish and divers love them! Diving this site is a unique experience and a great place to photograph.
The Comanche Wreck
Scuttled in 1992, the Comanche had an exciting career on the Great Lakes as a former icebreaker. Now she makes a fantastic home for all sorts of marine life – from amberjack and spadefish to loggerheads and lobster. The Comanche provides a view of what it’s REALLY like off-shore and is a favorite among divers. The wreck is in 110 feet of water and is an advanced-only dive.