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I recently headed to the Florida Keys so that I could cross off the three dives sites from that area, on my list of the top 100 dive sites in the world: The Vandenberg Wreck, the Spiegle Grove Wreck and Molasses Reef, all of which are parrt of the Wreck Treck of the Keys. All were awesome and worthy of such a list, and this post will highlights a few photos from The Vanderberg! I dove with Dive Key West Inc, which was great because they had an awesome guide, as well as a sweet boat for the hour long trip to the wreck. The dive gods were not with us much that day, as the visibility and current were not awesome. They said it was the worse it gets. So even though my photos tuned out dark and scary, the dives were actually awesome, and I could see fine. So even on its worse day, Vanderberg delivered. Plus, a bad day of diving, beats a good day in the office any day…. And this wasn’t a bad day.

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Vandenberg had a huge flag on its mast still/again. I’d never seen something like that. So of course had to stretch it out and get a photo.

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diving vanderbergIts got a giant satellite on the deck, big enough to skateboard on! diving vandenberg diving vandenberg

diving vandenberg

diving vandenberg

diving vandenberg

diving vanderberg Even though the photos didn’t turn out great, it was an awesome two dives on the Vandy. I also got to cross off another item on my mission to dive the best dives in the world, so that was awesome! The Florida Keys has a lot of great diving, and the Vanderberg is top of the heap! If you are diving out of Key West, I would highly recommend Dive Key West, as my time with them was great!


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Justin is a dive master and world traveler on a mission to dive and document the top 100 dive sites in the world. In doing this he hopes to bring love for the marine environment to the world!
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