Captain Tom's

      A Day on Cooper River

Charleston, South Carolina

Big Shark Tooth Diving

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Join Captain Tom for diving you will never forget!  Find prehistoric shark's teeth that are millions of years old.  Teeth can measure over six inches long!

Recommended gear includes a primary light (ex. UK 8000 or King Pelican), secondary light (ex. Tec-40), goodie bag (for your teeth), and a tad more weight than you would usually put in your weight belt.  Usually 5 more pounds than you wear in the ocean.

Charters are twice daily every weekend.  Weekends book fast so be sure to call well in advance.

Call Captain Tom at 843.693.8485 for reservations.  You can also reach Captain Tom by


Big News Flash Water Temperature is now 71 Degrees as measured by the depth recorder on the boat 05/12/13

Other News...

"Do not Fly Caribbean Star Airlines"

Want to know why, just email me and I will tell you about our very bad experience with them.

One more quick note...

I do not live upstate, I live here in Charleston.

I do not come to the Cooper River every other weekend or so...

I am available here in Charleston on the Cooper River at almost any time you wish...

I am, by far, the most experienced Captain on the River...

I have over 25 years experience on the Cooper River

I am a Master Coastwise, not a six packer

I have more dives on the Cooper than any other operator.  My buddy Jack and I discovered most of the fossil beds that you will dive on off of my boat.  The spots that I carry you to, I have personally dived.  I did not depend upon someone else to tell me where the fossils are, I found them myself.


Copyright 2000-2007 Captain Tom McMillan

Meg tooth background courtesy of Ted Elkins

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