If you want to go to new places and experience some interesting
diving, then you'll want to join us on our East Coast Dive Tour. Tiedemann's
Diving Centers own Jim Vafeas, has come up with some interesting local destinations
for weekend dive trips.
These trips are geared towards the Novice and Intermediate diver.
The dives are used to gain experience, improve your skills, meet new club divers,
become more comfortable in the water and visit some of the fantastic dive locations
only a few hours from home.
Here's what we
have planned for the 2013 season.
Wreck Diving in the
1,000 Islands / St. Lawrence River
August 9 through Monday, August
Dive the Canadian Caribbean
- 60+ foot vis, 75° water temps, no thermoclines with protected, pristine freshwater
wrecks. All wrecks are perfectly suited for the new Wreck Diver!
Group sizes range from 6-20 divers
and all the locations will be between 3 - 10+ hours of driving. All trips are subject
to the weather, safety concerns and adequate number of divers to run the trip.
Over the years, the East Coast Dive Tour made the following
- Diving for prehistoric Megaladon teeth off Wilmington, NC.
- Grotto Diving at Hal Watts
40-Fathom Grotto in Ocala, Florida.
- Spring Diving at Paradise Springs in Ocala,
- Cavern Diving
at Blue Grotto Springs in Williston, Florida.
- Shore Diving at Jamestown,
Fort Weatherill and Kings Beach in Rhode Island.
- Shore Diving at the Nubble
Lighthouse in York Beach, Maine.
- Wreck and Shore Diving
in Cape Ann, Massachusetts.
- Wreck Diving in
Morehead City and Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.
- Wreck Diving in Lake Ontario
East in Kingston, Ontario Canada.
- Wreck Diving off Block Island, Rhode Island
- Wreck Diving in the St.
Lawrence River in Brockville, Ontario Canada.
article on this trip by Tom Healy
So don't just "hear" about all the great trips we've run - be a part of the experience
- be a part of the next East Coast Dive Tour!
Many of these mini-trips require booking accommodations
and charter boats well in advance, similar to all our regular warm-water
trips. The sooner we know who is committed to the trips via deposits,
the better our chances are of not losing the charter, the accommodations,
or worse, canceling the entire trip!
We do not "max-out" the number of divers
that can fit on the charter boats. Therefore we usually have a low,
set limit on the number of divers we can comfortably bring.
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