"SEA LION"

2018 MASTER SCHEDULE

There are several ways that you or your group can go diving aboard the Sea Lion. To secure a single spot on board you must contact the shop, club, or person who has chartered the boat; there is a contact list at the end of the schedule.

If your dive shop or group would like to charter the Sea Lion there are still a limited number of  Open Dates available this year. To arrange to charter the SEA LION call AWD (Atlantic Wreck Diving) at (973) 887- DEEP, or 
E-Mail Capt. Al Pyatak at: sealion@atlantic-wreckdivers.com. Click on  "Charter fees and policies"  for pricing and requirements.

 

Below is the 2018 schedule, book your dates now!

Note** OPEN destinations are only a suggestion, destination may change due to interest

DATE

CHARTER

DESTINATION

DEPTH

JUNE
Sunday 10th
Divers Two
Cadet/String Wreck Sunk in 1927, only one day apart, these two wooden schooner barges lie within 1000 feet of each other. Interesting nooks and crannies to explore, and lobsters!
80'
Saturday 16th OPEN    

Sunday 17 th

Lakeland

New Diver Special Extra hands will be on board to make your first dives into the North Atlantic an interesting, safe, and enjoyable adventure. . . (8am Departure)
65'

Wednesday 20th

Atlantic Divers

Stolt Dagali This wrecks name is actually the Dagali, operated by the Stolt line tankers, however always referred to as the Stolt. A massive tanker that was cut in half by the luxury liner Shalom on November 26th, 1964. 70' - 130'

Saturday 23rd

OPEN

   

Sunday 24th

Lakeland

Emerald A large wooden wreck, with a massive central keel, and very low-lying side walls. Scattered large machinery, chain, and old-style anchor at the west end. 80'
JULY
Saturday 7 th Lakeland

Pinta 194' freighter sunk in 1963 after a collision with the "City of Perth". She lies on her port side on sandy bottom still quite recognizable as a ship. Fish abound and good lobster hunting.

80'

Sunday 8 th Metuchen Underwater

TBA

 

Saturday 14 th

Divers Two
Gulf Trade / Tracy
90'

Sunday 15 th

Atlantic Divers
Arundo Sank by the U-136 the Arundo was carrying supplies for the troops in North Africa, among them, over 5000 cases of beer in 1 quart bottles and two large steam locomotives.
130'

Saturday 21 st

Tridents
FISH / LOBSTERS
100'>
Sunday 22 nd

Lakeland

New Diver Special Extra hands will be on board to make your first dives into the North Atlantic an interesting, safe, and enjoyable adventure. . . (8am Departure)
65'

Saturday 28th

OPEN

 

Sunday 29 th

Divers Two
SECRET SPOT

AUGUST

Wednesday 1 st Atlantic Divers
Continent
145'

Saturday 4 th

Tridents

FISH / LOBSTERS

100'>

Saturday 11th

Divers Two
Giraldo Rocks
 

Sunday 12th

Lakeland

Stolt Dagali This wrecks name is actually the Dagali, operated by the Stolt line tankers, however always referred to as the Stolt. A massive tanker that was cut in half by the luxury liner Shalom on November 26th, 1964... (0600 departure) 70' - 130'

Saturday 18th

Tridents

FISH / LOBSTERS

100'>

Sunday 19 th

Divers Two
SECRET SPOT

Saturday 25 th

Lakeland

New Diver Special Extra hands will be on board to make your first dives into the North Atlantic an interesting, safe, and enjoyable adventure. . . (8am Departure).

65'-80'

Sunday 26th

Metuchen Underwater

TBA

 

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 1 st

Divers Two
Ridge Wreck

Sunday 2 nd

Lakeland

Sea Girt Wreck Large wooden schooner barge currently under research for true identity. Good wreck for lobsters.

80'

Monday 3 rd

OPEN

Labor Day

Saturday 8 th
Divers Two

Beth Dee Bob trawler, clam dredge sunk in 1999.Mostly intact, good wreck for fish and mussels.

130'

Sunday 9 th

OPEN

 

Saturday 15th
Tridents
FISH / LOBSTERS
100'>

Sunday 16th

Lakeland

New Diver Special Extra hands will be on board to make your first dives into the North Atlantic an interesting, safe, and enjoyable adventure. . . . (8am Departure)

65'-80'

Saturday 22 nd

Divers Two

Tolten 280' freighter torpedoed by German sub in 1942.Some structure remains in the bow and stern,

100'

Sunday 23 rd

OPEN

   

OCTOBER

Saturday 6 th

Tridents
FISH / LOBSTERS
100'>
Sunday 7 th Lakeland Algol Navy transport ship, she was sunk as part of NJ artificial reef program in 1991. 459' in length the Algol sits at 145' to the sand but the top of the superstructure is at 70'. 130'
Saturday 13 th
Divers Two

Middle Barge

 
Sunday 14 th Lakeland Brunette Iron Steamer sunk in 1870 sits in 80' of water. Known as a good digging wreck, she also produces lobsters. 80'
Saturday 20th
Tridents
FISH / LOBSTERS
100'>
Sunday 21st
Divers Two
SECRET SPOT
 

NOVEMBER

Saturday 3 rd
OPEN
Wreck Exploration
search old #s
Sunday 4 th
OPEN
Wreck Exploration
Saturday 10th
OPEN
Wreck Exploration
Sunday 11th
OPEN
Wreck Exploration
Saturday 17th
OPEN
   
Sunday 18th
OPEN
   
Thursday 22nd
AWD
(Thanksgiving Invitational)
1 tank morning dive
80'
Saturday 24th
OPEN
   
Sunday 25th
OPEN
   


Destinations are subject to change due to weather. Dive cancellations based on weather will occur
no earlier that 5:00 PM of the day prior to the dive.
Information on the status of a dive can be obtained either from the charterer (contact numbers listed below)
or by calling (973) 887-3337.

All dates not indicating a charter are OPEN

Contact List

Lakeland Divers (973) 887-0194   AWD (973) 887-3337
Atlantic Divers
Gene Peterson
(609) 641-7722   Capt Al's Cell (201) 401-4608
North Atlantic Tridents
Phil Glorioso
(201) 206-9218   Divers Two
Dan Lieb
(732) 776-7755
Metuchen Underwater
Kerry
(908) 513-6086      
         

For all AVAILABLE dates, contact Captain directly at (973) 887-3337.