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Theos Wreck is no more, thanks to Hurricane Mathew

Duncan's wreck, also damaged by Mathew is now the premier wreck dive in Freeport. It's a must do... read more

Reviewed 2 January 2017
Jeff S
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New York City, New York
Nice wreck dive that should not be missed

Theo's wreck makes both a great day dive and a GREAT night dive. It has a large swim through BUT... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
rla1947
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Brookeville, Maryland
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1 Jan 2017
“Theos Wreck is no more, thanks to Hurricane Mathew”
29 Aug 2016
“Nice wreck dive that should not be missed”
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Reviewed 2 January 2017

Duncan's wreck, also damaged by Mathew is now the premier wreck dive in Freeport. It's a must do dive. Do it with Grand Bahamas Scuba as owner Fred Riger planned the sinking and will tell you the story. It's usually the first of a two...More

Thank Jeff S
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Theo's wreck makes both a great day dive and a GREAT night dive. It has a large swim through BUT do it in the day time before doing it at night. Lots of fish and a couple of nice size Green Morey ells.

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Reviewed 3 June 2008

We arranged a dive to this wreck with Grand Bahama Scuba as the other companies would not dive the wreck outside their weekly schedule or won't take us diving there without a previous dive that when you have logged 100+ dives is not something you...More

3  Thank Interceptor121
Reviewed 27 September 2002

It has been 20 years since this ship was transformed to an underwater monument by Theo Galanopoulos. Even though I dove this site many times, it is still one of my favorite dives. Excellent visibility, much life and certain mystery which makes this dive one...More

8  Thank Trek5711
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