3D Model examples

MV Courageous is a former freighter that was used by the U.S. Air Force to demonstrate a new weapons delivery system on April 28, 2022. The blast broke the ship into two halves, which rest side by side on a sandy seabed at a depth of 130 feet (39.5 meters).

USS Spiegel Grove was one of eight ships of the Thomaston-class of U.S. Navy landing ship docks. She was decommissioned in 1989 before being towed to Florida and sunk in May 2002 to form an artificial reef.

Witconcrete was a molasses transport ship that operated throughout Central America and the Caribbean. She was donated to the Turneffe Atoll Sustainability Association (TASA) and sunk as an artificial reef on December 10, 2021. At 375 feet (114 meters) in length she is one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean.


British Virgin Islands

The BVI Aggressor operates in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), which is a British overseas territory comprised of four large islands: Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada and 50 smaller islands and cays. The islands are known for their lush green hills, powdery white-sand beaches, turquoise waters and outstanding dive and snorkel sites, such as the RMS Rhone, one of the world’s best shipwreck dives.

The Infiniti live-aboard was custom designed and specially constructed by divers for divers in Thailand. The Infiniti is a 39 meter (133 ft) all steel vessel with four decks. The ship offers greatly varied itineraries exploring the many islands, coral reefs, and the deep blue waters of the Philippines. Rina classed and certified, all ensuite AC guest cabins and a dedicated camera room. Visit: infinitiliveaboard.com for more information.

RMS Rhone

British Virgin Islands

RMS Rhone was a British steam and sail ship that transported mail and other cargo between England, Central America, and the Caribbean. She was wrecked on Black Rock Point, Salt Island, in the British Virgin Islands, during a hurricane in 1867 with the loss of 123 lives. Today the wreck is one of the most popular dive sites in the Western Atlantic and ranges from 85 feet (26 meters) up to snorkeling depth.

Vortex Spring

British Virgin Islands

Vortex Spring is one of the largest and safest diving facilities in the state of Florida. This 520 acre playground produces approximately 28 million gallons of crystal "gin" clear water daily at a year-round temperature of 68 F (20 C). The spring basin is 50 feet (15 meters) deep at the mouth of the cavern, which continues another one hundred yards, to a depth of 115 feet (35 meters) at the cave system security gate.