Wards Sink. The small sail boat was sank into Wards Sink back in 1989 by Charlie Tulip and myself. It lays on its side just off the top of the silt mound at 130 feet.
Diver silhouetted by the small sink entrance over 100 feet above. A large pine tree creates a eerie twisting contrast.
Wards sink owner, Mike Ward swims with his sidemount armadillo harness at a depth of 175 feet.
KISS Classic rebreather diver Eric Deister sets on the decompression rack at 30 feet.
Mike Ward hangs for the 70 minutes of deco.
Divers swimming around the bottom of the sink. Depth averages from 155 to 198 feet.
A old car from the 1960's lays upside down on the sink bottom. Depth 165 feet.
Owner of Wards Sink, Mike Ward.
Building size boulders located on the east side of the sink. Depth 155 feet
Silhouetted, the diver slips through the small entrance of Wards Sink.