Megalodon Tooth Ledges

There are 2 main ledge systems where we recover prehistoric Megalodon Teeth. There is an inshore (26 miles) and Offshore (41 miles) site. These ledges are between 90 and 105ft deep. The Megalodon teeth [...]


Frying Pan Tower

Formerly a U.S. Coastguard Frying Pan Light Station, the tower is a lighthouse situated at the end of the Frying Pan Shoals, 45 miles south of Wrightsville Beach N.C.  The shallow waters of the shoals (only [...]


The Hyde and Markham

The Hyde and the Markham are two of the most popular wrecks out of Wrightsville Beach. The Hyde is intact and sits upright on the bottom with a lot to see. Because it is upright, navigation [...]


John D. Gill

The John D. Gill, locally known as the Gill or WR4, is a casualty of WWII. It was sunk on March 13, 1942 by the German U-Boat U-158. Twenty-three sailors perished when the ship [...]


Cassimir and Normania

The Cassimir and Normania are two of our favorite shipwrecks to dive. Both sit in about 115ft of water, roughly 38 miles offshore. Both wrecks are normally bathed in blue water, with plenty of [...]


The crew at Wrightsville Beach Diving will work with you to plan the perfect day underwater. whether it’s a short run to an inshore wreck or a full day offshore on our deeper sites, we have dives for all experience levels.