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B-29 - Lake Mead - Lake Mead NV


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Dive site is located in the center of the Overton Arm in the very northern section of Lake Mead. A mooring line has been set by the NPS and is available for permitted use only by the CUA holders. You cannot dive this site unless without signing up with the permitted operator. Each dive must be guided (two divers maximum per dive guide) and is strictly a “No Touch” dive.
Lake Mead borders Nevada and Arizona was formed when Hoover Dam was constructed on the Colorado River. Boat dives can be arranged as well as walk-in dives from shore locations. There are several things to see, including a B-29 bomber. However, the bomber is in fairly deep water that gets shallower all the time since the lake level has been dropping due to drought conditions and heavy water usage. The dive can only be done through the park service and there is a big charge. Take advantage of many other diving opportunities at the lake.

More info; californiadiver.com/b-29-bomber-in-lake-meade-now-open-for-diving-552/

dtmag.com/dive-usa/locations/LakeMeadNV.html

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