Megalodon Tooth Dives

July 10, 2020 – July 11, 2020 all-day
Wrightsville Beach Divers
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Come join us off the coast of Wrightsville Beach North Carolina for a dive into the prehistoric past!

We will diving with Chris and the team at Wrightsville Beach Divers to find the gigantic teeth of the Megalodon. The Megalodon is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago with teeth that could reach 7 inches in length.

There are 2 main ledge systems where we recover prehistoric Megalodon Teeth. There is an inshore (26 miles) and Offshore (41 miles) site. These ledges are between 90 and 105ft deep. The Megalodon teeth are laying in the rubble patches just off the deep side of the ledge, where divers can dig for them, or just pick them up off the top. The crew at WB Diving is constantly searching for the best and most productive ledges to find teeth. We bring our divers to the very best spots, not the same rock over and over again.

This is a six-pack dive charter and will be limited to the first six people PAID IN FULL.

Trip details: coming soon