Northwest Wreck Dives is a diving guide to the magnificent wrecks of the Pacific Northwest. More than one hundred local wreck dives are reviewed, including both shore and boat dives. Several unknown and previously unpublished wreck positions are provided along with depths, current corrections, dive site maps and the information cold water divers need to enjoy some of the best wreck diving in the Pacific Northwest.
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A list of many of the wrecks that are covered in this book can be found by clicking on the "Wrecks" link on the top navigation bar. To see information about the newly discovered wrecks that we are working on, please visit Scott Boyd's web site.
Our most recent discovery located the historic Shipwreck of the Steamship Dix in Elliott Bay. The Dix was a Mosquito Fleet Steamer that sank in 1906 with the loss of thirty-nine lives.