South Carolina Fossil Dive

South Carolina Fossil Dive

Hunt for giant Sharks Teeth in our South Carolina Dive!

On a regular basis, we all take a trip to South Carolina to renew some old friendships with some heavy duty diver friends in that area.  We take our deck boat and have some friends show us some of their favorite places to find fossils and giant sharks teeth.  In the dinosaur times, sharks were up to 100 feet long and some of their teeth are over 5 inches long and can be quite rare to the collector.

In the past, we’ve found sharks teeth, a giant sloth tooth, teeth from camels and bison, and lots of petrified wood. Most people that go looking for sharks teeth are lucky to find one, we found over 200 total. This was quite a haul. Also, we get to dive in a beautiful area.

This South Carolina trip is always very popular, and a trip we make often, so watch for updated trip schedules here as they develop

We are always looking to take another trip to South Carolina to look for relics, sharks teeth and other fossils. We always find lots of fossils and relics here in 15 – 35 feet of water. There are currently spots available for this dive trip to the Morgan and Cooper Rivers for divers with advanced certification and at least 25 logged dives. Last time there were plenty of artifacts recovered including 4 different Megalodon teeth that were over 5 and a half inches long. The passport member price of $700 includes transportation from near Birmingham, tank rentals and air fills, 3 days of diving, the use of a personal diver locator system, hotel accommodations and food and beverages on the boat. This is a fun trip to a pretty place. Don’t miss this trip!

You can also get your Solo Diver or Underwater Hunter & Collector certifications while on this trip, and it’s excellent training as well as producing great fossils. Call The SCUBA School and speak with Forrest or Steve if you are interested. You can see more pictures of what you can expect to find on this trip here.

Special Note:

Passport club members only. This is high risk diving. Do not consider this dive trip to be a routine recreational dive trip. This trip is only for the divers who want to be on the edge and want to find relics and fossils. We have heard of at least two very experienced divers that have been killed in the last 3 years in the areas in which we dive. Hazards include no visibility, really strong currents, boats that ignore dive flags, shrimp boats pulling nets along the bottom, alligator and shark breeding grounds. These are only some of the hazards that we know of and there are more that we don’t know about. This trip is only for a few experienced divers who want to be exposed to this type of high risk. The danger is similar to hang gliding, cave diving, sky diving or rock climbing. We don’t want to encourage anyone to go on this trip but we also don’t want to deny our club members the freedom to go where others have not been before.

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Cost:

  • Passport Members: $700.00
  • Passport Member tag along price: $000.00

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