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Myrtle Beach North Carolina

Some of the best wreck diving is right here on the South East Coast of the United States. One of my favorite spots is Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. You can find hotels that range from the budget level to spa resort. I ususally stay at Kingston Plantation which is owned by Embassy Suites with the accomadations ranging from your basic hotel room to beacfront apartment to 3-4 room townhouses with private pools and terraces. The grounds are well maintained, it has a water park for the kids and it is fairly well situated. The beachfront is accesible through the grounds only so it seems to be a semi-private beach. The dive shop in the area is Coastal Scuba run by Cameron and he knows the waters better then anyone. He and his team have been responsible for several of the artifical reefs that surround the area. His dives accomadate the beginner (60 foot max.) to the advance (130 foot max.) For fish nothing beats the shallow dive of Barracuda Alley. An artifical reef area teeming with sealife. You will meet lady and bone fish, angel fish and large barracuda (these are not carribean barracuda so they are not aggressive). On the area dives such as the BP you will find a small octopus or two in the hull and sand & nurse sharks can be seen. My favorite sight is the large Stingrays undulating through the ocean and they will let you lay with them in the sand. When the dives are over and hunger sets in you have your pick from a myraid of restaurants. If your in the mood to eat what you just swam with, go where the locals go......

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