I'm looking for recent dive/fishing reports of the Radford. If you've been there in the last year or two, I'd like to hear what you found. In particular, where is the stern now? I can find no reports since 2012.
New Jersey Scuba Diving
Navigating This Website
NJScuba.net has hundreds of pages containing thousands of entries. Navigating all this can be a daunting task. The main sections are always arrayed in the white Tab on the left. Selecting one takes you to an intro page for that section. The Tab also contains links for the Table of Contents for that section. Below the Tab are various other links, for special pages or sub-sections. The Tab has one special feature: as you scroll down the often very long pages in this site, it follows you.
If you are not severely limited on screen space, I strongly suggest that you click "Load Sidebar", which will load the Table of Contents in a Sidebar at the left. The Sidebar duplicates the Table of Contents, with the advantage that it is always visible - no jumping back and forth. At the top of the Sidebar is a drop-down menu that duplicated the white tab. The Sidebar is independently scrollable, and you can open and close it whenever you like without losing your place.
In addition to the Tab and Sidebar, many of the gray header bars contain a useful link at the upper right. Most often, this is to the chart page that encloses the current location. This is something like zooming out. You'll see.
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Where to Start ?
Try the Top 40 page to see where everyone else is going.
Scene on the Mohawk
- Andrea Doria - the 'Mount Everest' of shipwreck diving
- SS Delaware - the most-dived shipwreck on the New Jersey coast
- Hankins Wreck - some nice photos of a typical New Jersey dive site
- SS Mohawk - some more photos of a different sort of shipwreck
- Stolt Dagali - one of the most popular dive sites in the region
- San Diego & Oregon - Long Island's premiere diving shipwrecks
'Redbird' Subway Cars
- Artificial Reef Ecology - reprinted from New Jersey Outdoors
- Sea Girt | Shark River | Garden State North | Atlantic City | Cape May
- New Jersey Reef Program Overview
- USS Algol - one of the biggest artificial reefs in the world !
- Cranford ferry - another reef, with a long and interesting history
- Dutch Springs - where you will likely get certified
A colorful Sea Raven
- Classification - of everything
- Jellyfish - the second highest-traffic page in the entire website
- Plant-like animals - take a look, you'll see what I mean
- Water, bottom and coastal composition
- Ocean Bottom fishes - check out the Sea Robins and the Sea Ravens
Artifacts & Shipwrecks
Glassware from a shipwreck
- Anatomy of a Shipwreck - and steel wrecks too
- Commercial Fishing Vessels - all about them
- Barges & Sailing Ships - long-lost details
- Portholes - what's all the fuss about ?
- Polymer materials - read about the stuff your dive gear is made of
Dive Gear & Training
Experienced advice on dive gear and training for the Northeast
- Why Dive in New Jersey - Beneath the Waves
- Dive Training & Diving Conditions - this ain't the Caribbean
- Spearfishing and Catching lobsters - need I say more
- Digital U/W Photography - another popular page
- Tanks - specs, advantages, disadvantages
Once you find a subject that interests you, just dive right in. Everything is cross-linked with everything else, across all subjects, so you never know what you might find, no matter where you start.
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- Cozumel - my favorite place in the tropics
- Herb Segars Photography
- Dan Crowell Digital Media Productions
- NJ Artificial Reef Program
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