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Wars, weather and other powerful forces have downed aircraft in all corners of the globe — and we get to dive that sunken aircraft.
Planning the first of our two penetration checkout dives to sunken ships, Lawton decides we will enter the Kittiwake through a large circular hole that's been cut into the port side, pass through the adjacent bulkhead to a second chamber, drop down into the engine room through a massive cutout in the floor, continue forward toward the bow through another hole in the bulkhead, turn around and retreat. I'll lead the dive, tying off our guideline and pointing out potential hazards along the way before reeling it all back up on the return trip. And Lawton will judge my every move. (Gulp.)
For all divers the outside of the sunken ships are a horrible tease. For me, the real excitement is exploring inside. Swimming around the exterior of a shipwreck is something most any open-water diver can do safely. Sure, the visuals are cool, and the vast majority of marine-life encounters take place here — but the secrets lie within.
Sunken ships have gravity. There's something' elementally compelling about a vessel submerged in the deep. It draws us uncontrollably, turning us back into curious youngsters, plunging us into the unknown, where we're sometimes too excited to consider precautions — or consequences.
Here's no better way to spice up a dive destination than by adding best shipwreck diving.
One example of a dive attraction that requires improved skills is that of wreck diving. Indeed, it is important to remember that dive tourism attractions are not solely natural and there are a variety of anthropological resources both above and below the waterline that may form significant attractions.