Murrells Inlet, SC
June 14, 2015 • Leave a Comment
I recently returned from Murrells Inlet, SC. We dove on the Hebe, a 250 foot freighter that sank in 1942 after colliding with the St. Cathan. The accident occurred at night while sailing with all lights off to avoid U-boats. The wreck lies at 110 feet and is great dive for both artifacts and marine life. I came to photograph frogfish that I was told about from previous trips. The wreck is so full of fish that it can be difficult to navigate at times. There was more than one frogfish on the wreck. The yellow one above was larger and right next to the anchor line. The brown one below was harder to find. There were multiple toad fish as well. One seemed to be interested in the brass clip on my camera. See below.
Keywords: Hebe, Mark Etter, Murrells Inlet, frogfish, lancaster Scuba, underwater photography
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