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German U Boat
Where: 60 Miles off New Jersey

This has to be one of the more famous, dangerous sites in the U.S., even being written about in the book Shadow Divers. The main things that make it dangerous are the depth (200-plus feet), currents, and water temperature. Diving at that depth means that even a small mistake can be very costly. But, the history of the ship is pretty amazing, considering the role these U-boats played in World War II and how relatively close this one was to U.S. shores, making it a great place to explore.

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