So, you want to see sharks?


The ferocious looking, but docile, sand tiger shark is one of our biggest attractions. While there is always the chance encounter, here are the sites where sharks are typically present in large numbers:

  • Spar
  • Caribsea
  • Atlas
  • Naeco
  • Hutton (AKA The Papoose)

eventsiconNorth Carolina diving is best known for its collection of shipwrecks. In addition, there are offshore ledges and shore diving locations that bear mentioning. Listed below are descriptions of the sites we frequent most often. (Above photos by Jim Lyle)

Wreck Chart - This is a chart of all of our Charter Destinations.

Shipwrecks & More

U/W Bike Race

eventsiconJoin us on July 4th for this annual event benefitting the Children's Mile of Hope.

Lionfish Roundup

eventsiconAn exciting partnership between Discovery Diving, NOAA, and Carteret Community College.

Treasure Hunt

eventsiconFood, prizes, diving, and fun! Proceeds benefit the Mile Hope Children's Cancer Fund and DAN's research in diving safety.


2013Join us March 7, 2015 at the Bryant Student Center, Carteret Community College, Morehead City in support of the East Carolina Artificial Reef Association.  Click here for more info on this great event and how you can help to bring more Wrecks to the Graveyard of the Atlantic.