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One of my FAVE wreck dives!

LOVE the Spiegel! Always a surprise what marine life you may find. The Goliath Grouper that... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2017
Angie S
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Lawrenceburg, Kentucky
Can't wait to do it again

We are always diving in other parts of the world and never seem to have time to dive in our back... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
exsea
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Miami, Florida
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Retired 510-foot naval ship intentionally sunk to create an artificial reef for underwater diving enthusiasts.
  • Excellent81%
  • Very good15%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

LOVE the Spiegel! Always a surprise what marine life you may find. The Goliath Grouper that tends to hang around the stern is amazing! Lots to explore on this dive. Highly recommend! Horizen Divers is a great crew if you need a recommendation/

Thank Angie S
Reviewed 22 July 2017

We are always diving in other parts of the world and never seem to have time to dive in our back yard when we are home. Well, that is going to change and the Spiegel Grove was a great start! We had great conditions with...More

Thank exsea
Reviewed 15 July 2017

This is a wonderful wreck to dive with plenty of safe passages that you can explore with minimal danger. It's big so there is almost always some new aspect to see and opportunities for photos.

Thank MaxwaxS
Reviewed 30 June 2017

This dive to the Spiegal Grove was outstanding by Captain Troy and Horizon Divers. This dive site is a fully developed reef ecosystem. Luscious coral covers the huge cranes and the gun mounts and carpets all of the decks, plentiful reef creatures, inhabit the nooks...More

Thank ScubaInstructor26693
Reviewed 19 June 2017

This was our first wreck dive and it was a great experience. Plenty of wild life. Bring a flash light. Water is very blue and the extra light allows you to see all the great colors. Easy to navigate around and explore.

Thank Clint S
Reviewed 17 June 2017

We dove this site about 6 times this week and it never got old. The thing is huge & always something new to explore. While there is plenty to explore for the newer divers, be careful, because there are plenty of places to enter that...More

Thank Brandon W
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Visited June 10th. Viz was 40-50ft. Crossed thermocline on decent. Was fine in 3mm though. Rec diver (AOW). Our group stayed at main deck level. It looks like there's plenty to explore for more tech skilled diver. I didn't see much marine life.

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed 11 June 2017

I first dived here many years ago when the vessel was on its side but today it is upright. I dived with Ocean Divers and Emily was Dive Master. She was excellent. Visibility was good and the dive was enhanced by a Hammerhead Turtle and...More

Thank D.mr S
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Extremely cool dive! HUGE barracuda! A steady current, but nothing unmanageable. If you have a bright dive light, take it. The coral on the cranes is beautiful but you can't see it without a strong light.

Thank Jen M
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Loved the wreck but the dive center was as miss. useless briefings, bad control and no snacks on board besides a small bottle of water. The wreck is a tick for your bucket list, so make sure if you are a vivid diver to not...More

Thank Olivia J
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William5966
12 July 2017|
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Response from Clint S | Reviewed this property |
I believe to the top of the wreck was 80 ft. I know we got to 100-110 without getting all the way to the sea floor.
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