South Carolina's coastal waters harbor more than a dozen reefs and wrecks popular with new and pro divers. The Sherman, a former 200-foot blockade runner, is a treasure trove of post-war artifacts—bottles, belt buckles, and buttons lay undiscovered on the ship's floor.

Barracuda Alley is an artificial reef fringed with concrete piping and steel frames. The divers' training site is a favorite spot of spadefish and—you guessed it—barracuda.

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Away Travel Expert: Sarah White
BeachExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5
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  • South Carolina has an array of shipwrecks. Don't miss out on these dive sites.

1903 Hwy. 17
North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582
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Telephone Number: 800-249-9388/843-361-3323
Neighborhood: North Myrtle Beach
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