Pete Nawrocky began his diving career in 1971 onLong Island,NY. As a marine biology major in college, Pete became fascinated by the ocean and wanted to see for himself what he was studying. Since h... Continued on Pete Nawrocky's Profile page >
You can lead a Horse to water but can’t you make him wreck dive? Off shore from Nag's Head in North Carolina hidden beneath the waves is the Graveyard of the Atlantic. Countless ships have sunk or been driven ashore due to destructive weather, hard currents and even human sabotage. Join Pete Nawrocky on a tour de force of some of the best shipwrecks in the area.
Diving the Great Lakes Highway Carrying 20,000 tons of Iron Ore pellets on November 21, 1974 the Roy A. Jodrey was on the way to Detroit. The trip was never completed as she struck Pullman shoal at 3 AM. The "Jodrey" sank very close to the US Coast Guard station and fortunately there was no loss of life but the wreck was deemed unsalvageable.
Azure Blue Cave...WHAT? Cave divers have not always had recreational parks with wooden steps and platforms from which to enter the system. Learn how veteran cave diver, Pete Nawrocky, woos his wife into an adventurous dive descent. Fortunately, Pete is still married.