This is the place to get both maritime historical and dive site information about the ships that that went down off the coast od Cape Cod. The ones near Monomoy Island are the most accessible, and they are the focus of this page.

      Located at the elbow of Cape Cod, Monomoy Island (Massachusetts) is home to a widely varied and abundant wildlife population. To learn more about the amphibians, birds, fish, mamals, and reptiles of the Cape Cod National Seashore, check out the on-line National Park Fauna database (National Park Service and National Biological Survey). For further information about the NPF database, contact: Dr. James F. Quinn, Division of Environmental Studies, University of California, Davis, CA 95616; phone (916) 752-1768; FAX (916) 752-3350.

Got any interesting stories about the shipwrecks of Monomoy Island? Pass them along and we'll post them for all to enjoy. Send your stories to Metrowest Dive Club

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This Page was Last Updated 07/04/02

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   Shipwrecks of Monomoy Island