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The remains of thousands of vessels lie off the coast of North Carolina, giving the state the nickname: \"Graveyard of the Atlantic.\" The wrecks themselves provide historical attractions for divers, but also attract a variety of marine flora and fauna.
More Americans are taking to the seas to dive and have found that North Carolina waters are a particularly good place to do so. From history to fishes, SCUBA diving in the state provides a variety of opportunities.
Lake Jocassee has wonderful water quality and is thus one of the most popular freshwater dive sites on the East Coast. The lake was formed after Duke Energy built a dam in the area.