When you think about Bull Shoals lake I make certain you consider its unsurpassed beauty, crystal clear waters, tranquil and peaceful coves and houseboating! Maybe you consider fishing or water sports, setting out or capturing up on a great book. However have you ever thought about going beyond package and taking it to the next level? Have you ever thought of checking out not just “the Caribean of the Midwest’s” surface area and borders however its undersea charm too? If so … diving might be the missing out on link in making your houseboat holiday whatever and more.
No accreditation? No devices? No issue! Bull Shoals lake boat dock will provide diving Direction, Accreditation (P.A.D.I), sales, leasings and repair work. Night dives are likewise provided if you are feeling frisky.
Water temps are never ever freezing varying from the 50’s in the winter season to the 80’s in the summertime and exposure is a minimum of 15-30 feet, making this a prime location for scuba or snorkeling. The leading 15 dive areas below will awaken your daring side and provide you a look into what possibilities await you.
1. Wreck of the S.S Minnow- 20 feet deep. Off the south side of Gilligan’s Island, swim south from the 2 willow trees to a depth of 20 feet. Turn east to the line and follow it to the wreck.
2. Destroyer Escort- 30 feet deep. East of Gilligan’s Island, near the clump of the willow trees, swim east to a depth of 20 feet. Turn north to the line to the wreck (cautious of the live torpedo).
3. Iowa Farm- 35 feet deep. North side of Gilligan’s Island. About the center of island discover the line at 20 feet depth. Follow it to the tractor and integrate.
4. Troop Transportation and Escort- 45 feet deep. Sunk throughout The Second World War by German U-Boat still has a live torpedo on the port bow. (Take care! It might go off!). There is an overall of 3 boats. Near the Point 3 indication on the west side, discover the line at a depth of 25 feet and follow to troop transportation. 2 escorts are simply north of the primary boat.
5. Bus Stop- 55 feet. Wreck of the Bull Shoals Express. From east point at the entryway of Sis Creek, swim in a southwest instructions to a depth of 25 feet. Follow the line to the bus.
6. Bermuda Triangle- 25 feet deep. Near the west side of Sis Creek, swim at 30 feet to line. Follow it to boats.
7. Spanish Wrecks- 20 feet deep. Simply within cove. Discover the line in 15 feet of water and follow it to boats (any gold discovered should be kipped down to dive store).
8. Secret Hole- 50 feet deep. Wall dive and after that swim through a big hole as you come down. A 2nd hole is 30 feet deeper.
9. Rotortiller- 25 feet deep. An excellent search and healing tool utilized to teach liftbag strategies.
10. Frost Wall- An excellent wall dive.
11. Shear Fear- An excellent wall dive with overhangs.
12. Alien Landing- 20-40 feet deep. From the east Point 7 indication, swim in a westerly instructions at a depth of 20 feet. Follow the line to the area ships. (Can you find out what the writing states on the ships?).
13. Pirate Longboat Frost Point Wall- 85 feet deep. Legend has it that the well-known pirate “Jeff the Bloodthirsty” concealed his treasure along the coast here. Later on, he killed all 4 of his team then sank the bodies with the longboat in order to keep the place trick.
14. Russian Submarine- 25 feet deep. Follow the line from Rototiller.
15. Sailboat- 45 feet deep. Go west from Russian Submarine.
If you are thrilled about trying new things or reviewing a love from the past, this is simply the activity for you! Provide Houseboating.org a call and we can assist you prepare your houseboat and diving journey! 888-454-8825