Wrecks of Cape Hatteras and the Outer Banks: Volume 2 by Captain Bill Palmer
Video, 37 minutes
The Outer Banks of North Carolina and Cape Hatteras are rich in history. Starting with the first colony, which vanished without a trace, to the pirates that frequented the area in the 17th and 18th Centuries. The first ironclad ever built, the USS Monitor was sunk off Cape Hatteras. Billy Mitchell demonstrated the might of air power flying from the Cape Hatteras area. In World War II the area was referred to as Torpedo Alley for the many ships sunk by German U-boats. Come explore the wrecks of North Carolina and witness some of the best wreck diving and most fascinating marine life on the East Coast.
This volume contains the following wrecks:
Empire Gem Nevada Keshena British Splendor Oriental Australia