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Beautiful Dive, Worth the Long Boat Ride

This site is about an hour’s boat ride from Salt Cay, provided conditions are good. There are... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2016
Manatee4Me
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Charlotte, North Carolina
Amazing wreck dive

The H.M.S. Endymion sunk, pretty much intact off of Great Sand Cay in 1790. This 40 gun Roebuck... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2014
Doug F
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Grand Turk
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2 Apr 2018
“Not so deep”
7 Apr 2016
“Beautiful Dive, Worth the Long Boat Ride”
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Seldom-dived underwater shipwreck offering spectacular vistas of marine life.
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Salt Cay, TKCA 1ZZ, Salt Cay
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

A fair dive and a few cannons left but not much else,some nice fish about and a slice of history...In all fairness it was a while ago so I don't know what the hurricane effect is on the dive

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Reviewed 8 April 2016

This site is about an hour’s boat ride from Salt Cay, provided conditions are good. There are actually two wrecks, the HMS Endymion, sunk in 1790, and the General Pershing, sunk in 1921. The debris field is spread out over a large area, none of...More

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Reviewed 27 September 2014

The H.M.S. Endymion sunk, pretty much intact off of Great Sand Cay in 1790. This 40 gun Roebuck class sailing ship lies in about 70 feet of crystal clear water. It is reported that the survivors helped to build Deans Dock on Salt Cay. A...More

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