Saturday June 8th - HEBE

Charter Cost is $190: Reserve Your Spot with $50 Deposit

HEBE: The Hebe is a dutch freighter that hit the Saint Cathans bow to bow while running south during WWII blackout conditions trying to evade German U Boats. We are still finding lots of artifacts on the Hebe. The Hebe lies at 110 feet. Experience Level: I

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 Departure Times:  
Please arrive at boat 30 minutes prior to departure.
Departure time are sometimes changed, please check with us the day before dive charter.

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 Diver Experience Level:  

LE - Less Experienced : Open Water Certified with less than 10 North/South Carolina boat dives. Divers can earn their Advanced Open Water  Certification or Wreck Specialty Certification on these trips.  

I - Intermediate:   Must have Advanced Open Water or Deep specialty certifications (or equivalent dive experience) and at least 2 previously logged dives deeper than 80 feet offshore North Carolina in the past year. Divers are strongly encouraged to dive Nitrox. Divers can complete their Advanced Open Water, Deep or Wreck specialty training on these trips. Students completing one of these specialties will dive with one of our instructors.  Divers are required to dive Nitrox.

E - Experienced: Due to conditions, these trips are for experienced North Carolina Divers only. Must have Deep and Wreck specialties (or equivalent dive experience), at least 50 logged dives, and at least 4 previously logged dives deeper than 100 feet offshore North Carolina in the past year. Divers are required to dive Nitrox AND carry alternate airsource.

Remember to Bring Your Dive Certification Card With You: Some of our dive charter operators are now collecting your certification card when you board the boat. Your card is then returned when we return to dock. Some of our operators will not let you dive if you forget to bring your certification card. Thanks for understanding