Weather Channel Featured Bonne Terre Mine

West End Diving's Bonne Terre Mine "Billion Gallon lake Resort" to be featured on the Weather Channels "Sea-Tec" taking a look at the under water unexplored regions of Bonne Terre Mine

Doug and Catherine Goergens take the weather Channels TV show "Sea-Tec" to explore and venture into the unexplored regions West End Diving's Bonne Terre Mine "Billion Gallon lake Resort". The Georgens purchased the abandoned lead mine and developed it into the world's largest freshwater SCUBA diving resort. Bonne Terre Mine is located one hour south of St. Louis, Missouri and offers walking tours, boat tours and SCUBA diving tours into past.

Sea-Tec which airs on Saturday May 15th and Sunday May 16th, 2010 at 3:00 PM central standard time takes a look at this virtual time capsule of mining history by exploring the unexplored regions of Bonne Terre Mine with the Georgens the owners and developers of the mine. Sea-Tec will venture where no man has before since the closure of Bonne Terre Mine. During its heyday the mine was the largest producer of lead ore in the world and is too date the largest man made caverns in the world.

The Goergens also own West End Diving Centers of St. Louis, Missouri celebrating 50 years of serving the diving community and the Maya Palms Resort in Costa Maya Mexico which was recently featured in a 10 page article in Sport Diver magazine titled "Mahahual Maverick".