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South Carolina Local Scuba Diving Information
Dive Sites in South Carolina
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motoblade - Jul 2
Rating Added: 5 Civil war blockade runner shipwreck. Still has hull, prop, shafts, stacks, and parts of deck intact and lots of good marine life/growth on the wreck....
motoblade - Jul 2
Rating Added: 5 Had great vis (100’) day we dove this wreck. Saw a massive ray and some flounders. Great sea life....
wgr21 - Jun 18, 22
I went scuba diving here on 6/17/2022. Average viz: 21-25ft/6-8m. Water temp: 71-75°F/22-24°C....
Aquadawnb - Nov 10, 20
Rating Added: 4 Great black water dive, found lots of fossilized teeth!...
Joeynavy - Jul 23, 19
dove here on a trip to Myrtle Beach. The vis was 15ft in between 5ft -15ft the water temp was 83F at 50ft on July 4th 2019 grood videos. lots of fish , 15 or so barracuda circle you. The was reports of tiger shark but the vis was so bad we couldn’t t...
FtMillDiver - Jan 22, 19
Rating Added: 4 Good dive site with plenty of fish to see...
Photos in South Carolina
A SC African Pompano
SC diving
Diving with Costal Scuba South Carolina
Barracuda alley South Carolina
Barracuda alley South Carolina
Barracuda alley South Carolina
Tyler Ryan Dive 3
Tyler Ryan Dive
More Edisto River SC, teeth (Angustiden)
Edisto River Dive South Carolina
Dive Clubs in South Carolina
Photo Club Name Location Club Members
Myrtle Beach Diving Myrtle Beach SC  42
Sumter Dive Club Sumter SC  4
Lexington Scuba Club Lexington SC  3
Columbia Scuba Columbia SC  1
Cola Scuba Columbia SC  1
Charleston SC Scuba Club Charleston SC  1
Articles about South Carolina
Diving in N. Myrtle Beach, S.C.
devildiver - 8/21/2008 9:00 PM
This is a copy of a trip report I wrote a few years back. A few of us were talking about it in the chat room the other day, so I thought I would post it. Unfortunately, I’ve heard Dolphin Dive Charters is no longer running trips, but the dive sites are still there. This is the trip I video’d the Hebe and BP-25 videos on my profile. I had to laugh reading it, as in the text, I complain about the cost to fill up my truck with gas...$46.00, It cost me $92.00 on Monday...same truck. Hope you enjoy. ...
Cooper River Diving, Charleston, SC! Cooper River Diving, Charleston, SC!
AquaticPleasuresDiveCnt - 6/19/2008 3:24 PM
Dive trip on these exact dates 6/27/2008 to 6/29/2008 Location: Charleston SC United States Price Information: $300 pp If you are a novice diver who loves a new challenge, we have a great one planned. Several years ago divers accidentally found out there were giant Megalodon teeth along with other prehistoric shark teeth and fossils lying on the floor of the Cooper River in Charleston, SC. You can also find Indian, slavery, and Civil War artifacts! This is a dark water dive and can sometimes be ...
Murrells Inlet, SC - Apr 18-21, 2008 - Wreck dives
jfhuard - 4/25/2008 9:22 PM
Sterling Silver Scuba organized a wreck dive trip to Murrells Inlet, SC with Express Watersports dive operation. This was my first Atlantic Ocean wreck dive trip. We went to 4 dive sites and visited 5 wrecks during the weekend: the Hebe on Friday, 11 miles (tugboat and A-7 plane) on Saturday and USS Vermillion and City of Richmond on Sunday. I had 3 goals for the weekend: 1) get comfortable with my new gears in drysuit: a Dive-Rite dual bladder classic wing, a set of twin Faber LP 85 with a Dive...
S.C. Wreck Diving
ghostdiver - 4/21/2008 10:03 PM
First of all, I have to thank the crew down in Murrells Inlet, S.C.! These guys are a first rate SCUBA diving shop and diving outfit. Southern hospitality and professionalism at its best. So, on with the story: The first day of three was spent a "staff only dive". Just a day for the Sterling Silver SCUBA staff and a few close friends to get in a fun dive without having to concentrate on the needs of students and recreational divers under our charge. Anyway, we got underway without a hitch and re...
Megalodon Teeth Adventure, Cooper River, SC
OffDutyDiveCharters - 10/01/2007 5:06 PM
It all started with an 8 hour drive to Charleston, SC. The first couple of dives were open water on Friday (28 Sep 07) because Capt Tom cancelled the river dive. He had some earlier cancellations which left just me on the boat. He only needed one more person to go for insurance reasons but his regular divers were out of town. So instead of wasting the day I decided to hop on the off shore charter for that day. It was ok for the most part. The worst part about it was the boat ride out and back. 1...