Sapona Shipwreck, Bimini, Bahamas - Art To Media Dive Site Map
This 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch card provides a detailed diagram of the Sapona shipwreck off of Bimini, Bahamas. The Sapona was a concrete ship built by Henry Ford which was run aground in a hurricane in 1920.
Art To Media is known for its expertise and extensive experience in 3D dive maps of worldwide dive sites. These stunning dive maps are:
- Made of waterproof UV plastic
- Printed on both sides
- Designed to be taken on the dive
- Fits easily in most BCD pockets
- Measures (W x L) 5.5" x 8.5" (14cm x 21.6cm)
- 3-hole punched to fit in most standard size log book binders
They provide a lot of great information to help you plan your dive, make a great souvenir, and are an excellent conversation starter for years to come. Divemasters and instructors love to incorporate these maps into their dive briefings to help divers visualize the dive plan, and getting students oriented underwater. These make a great gift idea for the SCUBA diver in your circle.
These maps have also become very popular among anglers, spear hunters, boaters, freedivers and snorkelers. The cards provide a wealth of information about the site, including approximate depths, GPS coordinates, buoy/mooring ball locations, and a visual representation of the site. This gives fishermen the opportunity to determine the best way to fish the site. Divers can plan their dive with more accuracy to get the most out of their bottom time, and make sure they see the parts of the dive site that interest them the most. If you are snorkeling or freediving, you can determine which parts of the site are within your personal limits, and what’s out of reach.