Unlock the mysteries of submerged transits—airplanes, war ships, tanks, cars—through wreck diving. These wrecks surely hold a bunch of interesting stories, not to mention a plethora of marine life. But before that, here are few things you need to do before exploring the wreck of your choice.
Find out if there are any sort of limit as to how far you can explore the wreck site. You should also check out what the local laws state about the dive site. Is the wreck a historical site the locals are preserving? Some local regulations may limit your dive ranges, so better research about the wreck before you dive.
Learning its history helps you appreciate the site more. Know what made that ship sank. How deep is the site? What point is the shallowest point? This will tell you which part is safe to explore and which part is not.
Make sure you are certified to dive a wreck site. Your certification is a proof that you are capable of safely and comfortably exploring the wreck.
Wreck diving has a lot of possible hazards. Poisonous creatures may be lurking around it or edgy metals may hurt you. Make sure to wear the right suit—something designed to cover you up from anything dangerous. Also, prepare tools to help you out of entanglement.