Newfoundland is an eccentric island
surrounded by the blue waters of the
Atlantic Ocean. Its rugged coastline
etched over time by the pounding seas
inspires adventurous and exciting diving.
The very geographic nature of the island's
jagged shores, agitated by stormy
weather stormy conditions, has coused
countless marine disasters, leaving ship
wrecks of a near infinite number dotting
its perimeters. This is, needless to say,
why wreck diving is one of the very
attractive features its subaquatic terrain
has to offer. Active divers are continually
discovering wreck sites dating from the
16th century up through the 20th century,
revealing only a fraction of the recorded
vessels sunk around the coast.
Paperback. 87 pages.
About the Author