It is with a heavy heart that I have to inform everyone of Alan’s tragic passing. Unfortunately Alan was lost at sea in the Port Royal Sound area April 28.

The US Coast Guard, DNR, Beaufort County search and rescue and not to mention many of Alan’s friends in their personal boats searched for him almost 6 days before the Coast Guard suspended the search. His body was found washed up on a deserted beach on Mother’s Day. Thank you to everyone who was a client/friend who helped my husband fulfil his dream of becoming a fossil dive captain.
Please keep our family in your prayers.

God bless you. – Kim Devier

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Trip & Charter Diaries

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Media Appearances

Jonathan Bird’s Blue World

The video below was filmed over several days and it gives a great look into the conditions we encounter each day on this beautiful river.

Thanks to Jonathan Bird’s Blue World for spending a few days with us diving here in the Lowcountry!

Gone Digging Live from the Relic Room ft. Alan Devier.

“…featuring Alan Devier owner and operator of Holy City Divers which is a charter service that operates on the Cooper River in South Carolina. This is going to be a really fun stream we will be talking about diving for fossils, artifacts and everything involved! Im really excited to feature Alan. He is know as one of the best on the Cooper and this is going to be a blast!”

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Happy Hunter Testimonials

“Just got my PADI open water certification so what better way to jump in the deep end then hit the Cooper River with Captain Alan Devier! If you want a truly unique experience then contact Alan Devier for a trip on the Cooper. Captain Alan is a wonderful guide and puts safety first! He really puts you on the best gravel beds where you can find the shark teeth!
Thank you for a great learning experience Alan!! I can’t say enough about the whole trip experience. Give the man a call and try it yourself! I’ll definitely be back…”

Tony Ewing

“Had a great day diving the Cooper River with Captain Alan Devier! I found my first 6”+ Cooper River megalodon tooth! I also found at least hundred other smaller teeth and a about 8lbs of frags.”

Justin Hurst

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