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Florida divers using DiveCaching techniques to hunt for Aquadive Watch

(DiverWire) The first official entrant in the Aquadive Great Watch Underwater Watch Hunt officially turned in her token and clues Thursday, December13, 2012 and is now in the running for a new Aquadive Bathyscaphe 100 wristwatch (value $1990). Caroline Cunningham put together the clues hidden amidst the famous wrecks off the shores of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and found her token for entry into the competition.   Details on the full Underwater Watch Hunt program can be found at:

The Fort Lauderdale Watch Hunt is part of an international relaunch of the famous Aquadive watch brand.  The Aquadive Watch Hunt challenges intrepid divers to follow a series of underwater clues that will lead them to a cache of submerged brass tokens.  A total of 200 tokens will be placed out for retrieval between November 22, 2012 and January 6, 2013.  The clues are located on wrecks utilized in the famous wreck treks located in Fort Lauderdale and Boca.  The first three clues are in Fort Lauderdale.  Study the wrecks and put together the pieces!

Signups for the Hunt can be found on the following websites:, and


The first clue is located on the Jay Scutti

Latitude: 26.158667

Longitude: 080.079333

one mile off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale on the inside of the third reef line.