Get Out and Dive!Divers Two frequently arranges dive trips to local dive sites around Belmar and the Shark River Inlet, including dives in the Back Bay and around the inlet itself. Dive times vary depending upon the tide. Contact us directly for particular details on scheduling a dive at one of these locations or to join in on one that has already been planned.
Fosters dives aboard the Venture III, they require an independent back-up system (pony tank and regulator), a sound device, and a dive marker. Advanced Open Water certification is recommended. It is recommended that divers arrive early to secure their gear as well as a parking space!
Wreck tours on our chartered boats are required for all first time NJ divers and/or are available to any one who would like them. They are lead by a member of the Divers Two Staff and are to be booked at least 5 days prior to the charter. Call for pricing.
For more information, or to sign up for one of this week's scheduled dives, contact the shop on (732) 776-7755 or visit us during our regular weekly hours. See the chart below for more information on our upcoming dives.
Note: All Happy Hour dives require a liability release to be filled out and signed, if under 18, it must be signed by parent/guardian. These releases can be found under the Diver Resources.
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 1:30 pm
Departing at 7am. Diver cost: $100
In the mid-1800’s, a storm swept the area sinking a fleet of fishing vessel off Manasquan Inlet. The Ridge Wrecks may be part of this fleet or parts of a single vessel scattered throughout the area. The average depth is about 80 feet. Bring a line reel in case the vis is low.
Oct 1 @ 2:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Departing at 2pm. Diver cost: $55
Foster’s Dive – DELAWARE
The DELAWARE sank after burning to the waterline in 1898. Rumored to be carrying $250,000 in gold at the time of her sinking, divers have explored her remains for decades wondering if the stories are true. She is about 70 feet deep.
Oct 8 @ 2:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Departing at 2pm. Diver cost: $55
Foster’s Dive – BRUNETTE
The BRUNETTE sank in 1870 after being rammed by the SANTIEGO De CUBA. The BRUNETTE carried a variety of cargo including cases of door knobs, hence her nickname, the “Door Knob Wreck.” This site features a large steam engine leaning so far over it’s possible to swim under it.
Oct 14 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Departing at 8am. Diver cost: $110
Sea Girt Wreck & 120 Wreck
We are planning to go to the Sea Girt Wreck and the 120 Wreck. They are a mile apart from each other about 9 miles offshore in 85 feet of water. Both have remained unidentified since they were first dived decades ago.
Suspected of being barges that carried general freight, both are known for lobsters and fish, and the Sea Girt has yielded artifacts from time to time and is also good wreck for scallops.
Oct 22 @ 7:00 am – 2:00 pm
Departing at 7am. Diver cost: $120
Granite Wreck & Bonanza
For the heartier diver, we offer a trip to the deep Granite Wreck. This unidentified wreck lies in about 115 feet of water a ways offshore. It carried a cargo of granite stones the size of washing machines and refrigerators and is known for large lobster. This low lying wreckage is easy to navigate in good visibility, but line reels are highly recommended.
Nearby the Granite Wreck is the Bonanza. Unidentified, she too is deep at 115 feet. Good for lobsters, but also bring a line reel for safe return to the upline.
Oct 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
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