Historical and current New York and New Jersey Shipwreck sketches and 3-d
imaghes images for scuba
divers and fisherman.
3-4 u/w Shipwreck Sketches
Artist Aaron Hirsh, Capt Berg and the Wreck Valley crew invite you
to participate in
of their new shipwreck sketching projects. During the 2004-2006 dive season
Capt. Dan and Aaron worked on a variety of shipwreck sketches.
You can see each 3-d shipwreck sketch by clicking on links listed below.
Sketch PDF Booklets
Set #1 G&D (Yankee), Iberia,
Lizzie D, Oregon, R.C. Mohawk, Tarantula wrecks.
Set #2 USS Algol, Brunette,
Delaware, Dual Wrecks (Adonis & Rusland), Emerald, and Pinta
Set #3 Three Sisters, Dragger
Shipwreck, Relief Ship, Arnoff, Cornelia Soule and Fran S
Buy Now only
$4.95 for all 3 sets! That is 18 sketches.
Sketch booklet set. Each set contains thirteen 4x6 pages.
Each set provides divers with 6 compact printable sketches
of a popular shipwrecks off New Jersey and New York. The
sets also contain pertinent dive information and History of
the vessel. These compact sheets were originally printed and
sold on waterproof underwater slates. The slates have not
been available in any format for years. Now Capt. Dan has
re- released these popular underwater sketches in a
downloadable PDF format. You get a total of 18 dynamic
underwater shipwreck sketches. Total of three sets
Aaron Hirsh, and Capt Berg of the Wreck Valley created
a variety of 3-D shipwreck art images. Total of eight
shipwrecks are included in this downloadable printable
set. Each image is formatted to 10" wide. and suitable for
framing. Print the entire set and take them with you when
exploring these popular NY & NJ dive sites. Wrecks
included are the Linda Wreck, Ranger, Hankins, Lost Wreck
(also known as the 3/4 Tug), Coffee Wreck, Bald Eagle,
Eureka and the NE Sailer
2745 Cheshire Dr
Baldwin NY 11510
Phone/Fax 516 868-2658
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