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Dive Slates

Dive slates are created from data collected during an expedition to a shipwreck site. Site surveys and video and photographic data are used to create an accurate representation of the site as it existed at that time. Dive slates include the wreck's location, historic vessel information, a site plan identifying the wreck's construction features and the marine life most commonly seen at the site. Dive slates may be used for educational purposes or by recreational divers as they enjoy diving on the shipwrecks.

To request a hard, plastic copy of any or all of the dive slates click here, or mail your request to:

Monitor National Marine Sanctuary
Dive Slates
100 Museum Drive
Newport News, Va. 23606

Below, click on a shipwreck to view the wreck site's dive slate. Be sure to check back often as new dive slates are added.

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Bedfordshire dive slate HMT Bedfordshire

Dive slate for the HMT Bedfordshire.

Keshena Dive slate Keshena

Dive slate for Keshena.

Dive slate for the U-85 U-85

Dive slate for U-85.

Dive slate for the U-352 U-352

Dive slate for U-352.

Dive slate for U-701 U-701

Dive slate for U-701.

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