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Spot a Shark Research Program;


The Spot a Shark research effort is easy to participate in and may answer many of the unknowns about the life cycle of the Sand Tiger sharks.  Check out the web site and see how you can help. 


Local Hatteras Island News;


Island Free Press On-Line News

Sites about NC Wrecks and wreck diving;


BFDC & North Carolina SCUBA and WRECK DIVING Web Page Descriptions and some great photos of NC shipwrecks by Paul Hudy.  (#1 on Google for NC Diving, but who knows why?)


NOAA Monitor Sanctuary Site - This site has information on the shipwrecks we dive from Hatteras Inlet.  NOAA has conducted a series of expeditions investigating the wreck sites and documenting their conditions.  There are many photos and site surveys available here.

WWW Links to dive shops and clubs we like a lot;


Coral Edge Adventures - The largest and best stocked Dive Shop you will find anywhere.  Located in Northern Virginia they are a full service facility with training from Basic to advanced CCR Tech diving and everything else to support your diving needs.


Roanoke Island Outfitters can provide guided beach dives from their shop in Manteo as well as Ocean Wreck dives from Oregon Inlet.  This is the place to go for diving the Northern Beaches.  - The Place to get some really great spearfishing equipment. They have a wide range of spearguns and accessories to fill your bluewater hunting needs.  The owner, Mark, really knows all about the sport of freediving and spearing. 


Some great paces to go diving other than the Hatteras on the NC Outer Banks:


Atlantis Dive Charters - Another good choice for experienced divers for the Morehead City area shipwreck sites.



WWW Links to great information sites about combat vessels;


The U-Boat War A web site devoted completely to the WWII U-boat campaign.

U-Boat Aces is another web site devoted exclusively to the WWII U-boats.

U-boat Archive also has a great deal of information about the U-701.

Nav Source Naval History Research the history of U.S. Navy ships.

Naval History and Heritage Command has lots of info about US NAVY vessels

The Alligator  This web site details the search for the US Navy's first submarine - which sunk somewhere off Hatteras in 1863.

American Merchant Marine at War  The US Merchant Marine took the brunt of the U-Boat war and this site has in-depth information about the men and their ships.

WWW Links to Museums covering the Shipwrecks of the Atlantic and Hatteras;


Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum  The shipwreck museum in Hatteras Village.
The Mariner's Museum  Located in Hampton Virginia, an invaluable resource for the avid wreck diver due to the extensive research library and vast photo collection.

The USS Monitor Center  Detailed information about one of the Diamond shoal's most well know shipwrecks.

NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries - Information on all of the national marine parks including the Monitor site and efforts to protect other NC wreck sites.  
The Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck Project - A Historical Wreck on Cape Lookout

Links to information about shipwrecks and diving in general;

Wreck Diver Magazine - The premier magazine for divers crazy about Wreck Diving.

NUMA - The agency behind all of the Dirk Pitt adventures actually exists and they find shipwrecks too!


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