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"On Course" caters to divers looking to adventure the seas depths. The Va Beach area is a very popular diving destination. We offer Full & 1/2 Day Dive charters.

VA Beach Scuba Diving Marine Life

Va Beach Diving

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Va Beaach Spear Fishing

The local waters off Va. Beach has large variety of marine life, artifacts, and great places to Spear fish.

Below are a few of the most popular areas to dive.

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Complex:

Consists of four islands that supports the bridges and tunnels for the CBBT to the Eastern Shore of Virginia from Hampton Roads. It provides an interesting diving experience with a great variety of marine life to encounter. There are always mussels, oysters and clams on the bottom or around the islands.

Chesapeake Light Tower:

Also known locally as "The Tower", it is located approximately 13 miles east of Rudee Inlet (Va. Beach) and north west of the Virginia’s artificial reef. The structure consists of four huge legs extending into the bottom. The legs and cross members are teeming with various types of marine life including muscles, soft corals, tropical fish (summer), and many others. Many varieties of fish are found around the tower, especially schools of spade fish.

 

Tower/Reef:

An area south east of the Chesapeake Light tower that was created as part of Virginia’s artificial reef program. This reef contains a variety of barges, tanks, ships, and other items. The wreckage is a combination of small ships and large barges donated by the US Navy and local industry. All of the wrecks attract a wide variety of fish.

Triangle Wrecks:

This is an artificial reef composed of four liberty ships that were stripped of all superstructure to the main deck. The typical depth to the main deck is 100 ft. The following are the names of the ships and the dates that they were sunk: George P. Garrison - January 20, 1984; Edgar Clark - March 13, 1977; James Havilon - March 19, 1976; and Webster - August 28, 1974.

To schedule your next Diving Adventure, contact Capt. Scott for updates to scuba diving in the above locations. Capt. Scott is standing by to answer any questions you might have and to schedule your next trip.

** New in 2010......"ALL DIVE BOAT GUESTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE DIVE INSURANCE. EITHER DIVE ASSURE, DAN, OR OTHER RECOGNIZED INSURANCE".**

 
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