Megalodon Tooth Dives

April 4, 2020 – April 5, 2020 all-day
Wilmington NC
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Come join us off the coast of Wilmington, North Carolina for a dive into the prehistoric past!

We will diving to find the gigantic teeth of the Megalodon: An extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago with teeth that could reach 7 inches in length.

The Megalodon ledges are between 28 and 40 miles off the coast of Wrightsville Beach. The Ledges are a beautiful rocky reef system with an abundance of sea life. Just off the ledge, lying in ancient rubble fields, are a variety of fossils, including the famous Megalodon teeth.

Divers can venture off the ledge and search for these fossils by digging in the rubble or scanning the surface with a good eye. Each diver brings home any fossils they recover on the trip! This is an advanced dive with varying currents and visibility that can become challenging at times.

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

Trip details: MegaTooth20