Florida Wreck Trail Notes

Take Peter Collings expert knowledge about the most famous dive wrecks in the Florida Keys with you on your next trip as special pages in your dive log.

Take your favourite wreck information with you in your dive log binder!

This set covers the famous wrecks on the Florida Wreck Trail, a massive effort of purpose sunk wrecks that have been built up over the years to create a string of artificial reefs in the Florida Keys.

It contains a wealth of information on each one that comes from Peter Collings experience of diving these wrecks.

In this collection, you have detailed scuba diving and historical knowledge on the iconic wrecks such as the Spielgel Grove, Duane, General Hoyt S Vandenburg. Alongside them are lesser known gems, all written up in fascinating detail.

This is the full list of 11 wrecks: USCG Cutter Bibb, US Spiegel Grove, USCG Cutter Duane, Hannah M Bell, SS Benwood, MV Aaron K (Eagle Wreck), Thunderbolt, MV Adolphus Busch, USNS General Hoyt S Vandenberg, Cayman Salvage Master, and USS Amesbury..

This content is a specially edited and distilled extraction from Peter's famous series of e-books. Peter will not rest until he knows everything he can about a wreck, and this shows in the historical notes that accompany each wreck.

Alongside the history is Peters dive notes and his experience of getting the best from each wreck. As an avid photographer he also shares where the best shots can be found.

We print these on a special glossy card to really make the images pop and the details pin sharp.

The set contains 22 pages (11 sheets) and is available for 3-ring binders, our DiveLogs compact binder, and personal organiser / BSAC dive log binders. It has never been easier to take scuba wreck information with you when you are travelling or need a spontaneous quick reference.

Please visit this page: Info on page sizes for more details on page dimensions etc.

We also have a fully waterproof version that you can take on your next dive!

Also included is an overview map of the wreck locations and an index page of common information.