Lake Michigan’s basin is conjoining with that of Lake Huron to the east and having the same surface elevation, they are technically a single lake. The large size of the Lakes and the fact that they are prone to sudden and harsh storms, combined with the rocky shoals and shallows of Straits of Mackinac, increases the risk of water travel and has led hundreds of ships to their end.
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Scuba Diving in Cartanser Senior, Saint Thomas, US Virgin Islands
St. Thomas is well-known as the mecca for wreck enthusiasts, as it boasts many spectacular wreck dive sites. With a great selection of coral reefs and a wide variety of fish species, this tropical destination attracts divers at any time of the year. The Cartanser Senior or the Cartanza Senora is one of the most popular wreck dive sites on the island and it is visited by snorkelers and divers, due to its well-protected location.
The spot is situated on the west side of Buck Island, just half an hour boat ride from Charlotte Amalie harbor. The Cartanser Senior was a freighter that was used to transport goods during World War II. It now lies in 45 ft/13.7 m depth of water and provides shelter to a wide variety of marine life, including ells, sharks, sergeant majors, parrot fish, southern stingrays, barracuda and turtles.
The ship is split into three sections. The mid section, the largest one, has the remains of the engine room. The wreck attracts divers of all experience levels and many dive boats visit the location daily. Note that the average water temperature varies from 75°F/24°C in winter to 80°F/27°C in summer and the visibility ranges from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft. Finally, you should book your dive in advance, as access to the dive site is only by boat.
Visit Cartanser Senior as soon as possible and enjoy the best wreck dive ever!!!
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